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Time Article Regular Exercise May Improve Memory And Learning Speed

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19 Responses to “Time Article Regular Exercise May Improve Memory And Learning Speed”

  1. JuggernautFitnessTV says:
  2. Antonio Duarte says:

    I’m a professional guitar player and guitar teacher.
    I’m very certain that since I’ve started lifting and taking care of my
    diet, my guitar skills started to improve at a much higher rate! (I’m
    always studding and improving, no stop!).

    But when I mention that on a conversation people stare at me like I’m
    crazy… LOL

  3. HostDisorder says:

    Does this explain why the hodge twins re so intelligent?

  4. Twest91x says:

    I exercise on the daily and I’m still dumb as fuck so I don’t know.

  5. Nikolay Orlovski says:

    I can’t imagine my life without working out.

  6. Kudistos Megistos says:

    The dichotomy between brains and brawn is a purely 20th/21st century idea.
    No-one believed this bullshit before.
    Mens sana in corpore sano.

  7. Ticktock Ticktock says:

    A lot of people are getting mixed messages from what Jason is actually
    trying to get at. Greek philosophers not only understood the importance of
    a good physique correlating with a healthy mind but they didn’t fuck
    around. They worked their BUTTS of which is why technology and the
    discoveries we have today is all due to the Greeks. They didn’t just have a
    nice 1 hour workout and expected their IQ to double overnight whilst making
    all these fantastic discoveries. They worked their asses of to make all
    these discoveries which is why they were so intelligent.

    So to all of you saying ‘why am I dumb then etc’ brother it’s because you
    are NOT putting in the effort towards your studies to help better yourself.
    You don’t care enough about becoming intelligent, bettering yourself,
    getting that A+ which is why you aren’t achieving in the educational aspect.

    Having the equal amount of motivation, drive, and force to hit a new PR
    transferred over to wanting to get that A+ is the mindset the Greeks
    possessed and is what you guys need to do to better yourselves. Jason isn’t
    saying that the study concluded if you do any form of physical fitness, you
    will double your IQ overnight. It can 100% assist but you need to put in
    the independent work to better yourselves in those areas not just rely on
    physical training to do it all for you. That’s the message.

  8. Break the Chain says:

    Funny, because after heavy resistance training I feel like I have the
    attention span of a domestic turkey.

  9. Tom Farrow says:

    Exactly people who work out become more intelligent AND intelligent people
    (those who know what is good for them) work out. I disagree about the
    meathead thing being a myth because most guys you find down at the gym just
    aren’t very smart, the false dichotomy of choosing brains or brawn is just
    plain wrong though.

  10. Elvin Abbasov says:

    One thing that i am sure about ,training helped me to overcome depression

  11. MikeDunn says:

    Would love to see cardio vs strength training as far as their effect on
    learning and memory.

  12. XXkirboeXX says:

    that’s why the meathead stereotype are intelligent people right?

    and lmaooo I wish it was true cuz I hit the gym everyday and I still can’t
    remember shit for my classes 

  13. Mega Captain Fun says:

    Aristotle would only select his pupils from a pool of athletes, as he
    believed the discipline required to develop physical strength was required
    to develop the faculties of the mind. 

  14. G.E. Productions says:

    Training really cured my depression(true story) and especially right after
    I finish a training session I feel euphoric for the rest of the day.The
    dopamine release when hitting a new PR is very therapeutic. I just hope I
    can some day find a way to train at home because I really hate the whole
    gym environment.And I’m really wasting a lot of time going and coming home
    from the gym since it’s pretty far away from my house. 

  15. Anthony Tran says:

    Awesome!

  16. Eye on Health says:

    So is it a diet high in saturated fat and cholesterol that makes people
    loose mental function? Which makes the stereotype about lifters true? 

  17. Joseph Melhem says:

    the basic nature of the human reality is that: the mind, and the body, are
    1 and the same – understanding this simple truth will unlock your
    comprehension & subsequent mastery of the human experience. #ElliottHulse
    is also a big proponent of this philosophy.

  18. warriorfire8103 says:

    When I start studying, I get on a stationary bike. Nothing intense, just
    10mph for 20 minutes and read while I do it. Once the timer is done I
    continue to study but I always feel more engaged when I begin a study
    session like this. 

  19. DragonMasaFilms says:

    Does this include lifting weights? 

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