FURTHER EVIDENCE THAT EXERCISE IS GOOD FOR YOUR MIND

by Mark Connell October 27, 2016

Researchers in Australia working with an older group (55 to 85 years old) that had 'mild cognitive impairment' found improvements in brain function as the subjects participated in a study that had them doing resistance exercise.  The exercise program involved two training sessions per week where the subjects were lifting 80 percent of their one rep max, a level of training that would challenge the trainees and build significant strength.


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