It's official - running is good for your brain... April 10 2014, 0 Comments

Recent news of a study which tracked its subjects over 25 years shows a correlation between aerobic exercise in your 20s and cognitive skills some 20 years later.  People who were able to run for longer in the first part of the test demonstrated better in thinking and memory tests up to 25 years later. Moreover, if their fitness was maintained, shown by smaller differences in performance at the end and beginning of the tests, people demonstrated better executive function skills (eg. working memory, reasoning, task flexibility and problem solving).

So there it is - if you want to be cleverer, get your ZEMs on and get running!

More about this study HERE.