29 Jun '15, 10pm

Running actually makes you smarter as you age:

Here’s more reason to keep running well after you’ve eclipsed 40 years old: Endurance exercise may keep your brain working at full-tilt as you age, according to a new study in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise . Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin attempted to determine the correlation between a person’s cardio fitness and cognitive function in middle-aged adults. The study drew from a sample of 59 adults between the ages of 43 and 65, with 32 participants classified as endurance-trained subjects and 27 as sedentary subjects. The exercising group had engaged in moderate or strenuous aerobic exercise for at least four days or seven hours a week, while the sedentary subjects exercised less than one hour a week. The measurements used in the study consisted of an incremental treadmill test to measure cardio fitness, an ultrasound to measure blood...

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