Exercise causes your brain to adapt. This improves brain function, and it doesn’t matter what your age. Researchers have shown children who exercise (games, play etc) have a greater mass of brain matter. This makes them smarter. This becomes more relevant the older you get – exercise will prevent the loss of brain function that is associated with dementia.
Exercise increases neural density and makes you smarter.
About Pete NewmanHi. My name is Pete Newman and I am a Fitness, Nutrition and Wellness Coach. My mission is to make fitness and healthy eating available to everyone, and wellness coaching is a great tool when it comes to both motivation and creating successful personal strategies for exceptional health. I have been in the health and fitness zone for several years but I have developed a very different view to the industry norm. I believe that you will get the best results by learning how to exercise effectively at home, and healthy eating is easiest when you stop dieting and focus on the health outcomes of the food you eat. I have also authored the book "Eat, Move and Thrive - the 5 secrets of very healthy people" which encapsulates a whole new way to achieve great health and sustain it - for your lifetime!
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