"Those who do not find time for exercise will have to find time for illness." - Edward Smith-Stanley
THE BRAIN ALWAYS WINS:
Ch. 2 Additional Resources
Your Brain on Exercise: http://visual.ly/your-brain-exercise
Your Brain Loves the Gym: https://www.ahealthblog.com/wp-content/uploads/Your-Brain-Loves-The-Gym-Infographic.jpg
Brain Benefits of Regular Exercise: https://s3.amazonaws.com/user-media.venngage.com/576522-2a152af639f8ca126b78e0dc91047afc.jpg
How Exercise Rewires Your Brain: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aj_5SGdx7Xk
Is Exercise Good for Your Brain? - BritLab: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tPzO7ynAAA
Optimizing your Brain through Exercise: https://youtu.be/cLBXtclu0sg
Exercise and Brain-Body Connection: https://youtu.be/DBHzes-NXcU
Exercise, Stress, and the Brain: https://youtu.be/xpy_rAWSWkA
Moving Toward a Healthy Brain: https://youtu.be/EeGj6zkhd0A
Exercise the body to keep the brain healthy: https://youtu.be/1ayLA3D-PaU
Run, Jump, Learn! How Exercise can Transform our Schools: https://youtu.be/hBSVZdTQmDs
Smartphone and Tablet Apps:
The Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout (iOS and Android)
Description: With more than 2 million downloads, The Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout® App is the fast, simple, science-based way to work out anywhere, anytime. Designed by Chris Jordan, Director of Exercise Physiology at the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute, the workout has helped over 2 million people get the most out of every minute.
Available at: https://7minuteworkout.jnj.com
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