Put your Brain to the Training Test:
- 120 – That’s the number of minutes you need of moderate intensity exercise per week to improve memory. Standard recommendations are 30 minutes to 60 minutes of some form of physical activity.
- Habit – Establish a habit – when you go to the grocery store, park further away and walk. Make a date with You – you are the only body you have, so make YOU the Number 1 priority. Walking is a great brain activity.
- Exercise goes beyond disease prevention. Exercise increases blood flow to the brain, makes your heart beat faster and delivers oxygen to your brain.
- Running and Swimming are the top physical exercises that benefit your brain.
- Resistance training has also shown benefits in executive function and memory.
Join a group to help you stay motivated, accountable and staying with a plan with consistency, it’s like brushing and flossing your teeth. You do it without thinking or skipping a beat, exercise truly is your best medicine.
Join us on Thursdays for TOT = Time on the Track
Saturday mornings at Swift Cantrell