20 minutes workout in the gym will improve your memory on 10%
A slender figure, strong immunity and excellent mood - are not enough weighty arguments to start going to the gym after work, spitting on the evening fatigue? Then here's another argument: Working with heavy weights in the gym noticeably improves a person's memory, the researchers say.
Experts say that the entire 20 minutes of intensive work on sports simulators improve long-term memory by as much as 10%. In this case, the load does not affect the result, so that with the same success you can just do long and hard squats or lunges.
“It doesn't take too long to improve brain function,” says the project leader.
The reason for the improvement of mental abilities is stress, which the body experiences during work with heavy weight.
To make sure of this, the test participants were given a test of storing images before training in the gym and two days after the classes. Participants who were not involved in sports between tests, showed a result worse by 10%.
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