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The Power of Exercise

Lecture no. 22 from the course: Your Best Brain

The Power of Exercise

Taught by Professor John Medina | 33 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Science Course

Decades of research points to exercise as a key for strengthening your brain. Find out how regular movement drastically improves cognitive performance, combats depression, and can even cut the risk of dementia in half. See just how much exercise you need to start seeing these benefits (it’s less than you might think).


October 1, 2015
Really good lecture - important information. The professor is energetic and engaging; the bright set and graphics are a plus.