Lifting Weights Can Improve Your Memory

In the past, a regular routine of aerobics has led to productive results for memory enhancement over time. However, the most recent findings related to memory improvement is research demonstrating that strenuous exercise instantly following a learning activity boosts your chances of retaining the information you just learned. In other words, working out after a studying session can improve your memory. This year, a study conducted by the Georgia Institute of Technology has revealed that a 20-minute intense workout can improve your memory periodically as well as long-term, enabling you to remember earlier events at least 10-percent better. This is true for healthy and young adults. According to Lisa Weinberg, project leader and Georgia Tech graduate, the study indicates you don’t have to spend a lot of time to improve your brain performance. The study has opened new dimensions of research to investigate the outcomes of exercise in improving memory. Read More