If you are interested in the brain and current research that has been conducted in the areas of brain health and exercise, the sites below will provide evidence based research into why exercise and learning is so important for brain health.
What Babies Can Teach Us About Gait Training Much of the training we complete in Brainfit is similar to the activities I taught when working with babies at Kidfit. Take a look at this great blog to see why training our gait as adults is much like the developing gait of babies http://pediatricplay.blogspot.com.au/…/normal-0-false-false…
Max Little: A test for Parkinson's with a phone call Parkinson's disease affects 6.3 million people worldwide, causing weakness and tremors, but there's no objective way to detect it early on. Yet. Applied mathematician and TED Fellow Max Little is testing a simple, cheap tool that in trials is able to detect Parkinson's with 99 percent accuracy -- in a 30-second phone call. http://www.ted.com/talks/max_little_a_test_for_parkinson_s_with_a_phone_call
The Brain's Way of Healing http://www.normandoidge.com/?page_id=1042
Exercise is Medicine
We all know that exercise is good for us but Anja Taylor reveals just how effective it can be in treating diabetes, heart disease, depression and cancer. http://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/stories/3515000.htm
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