Have you ever taken a hiatus from working out, only to start again months and months later? If so you probably noticed that the exercise wasn’t only changing your body physically, but it also began to change the way your brain was working – for the better.
Immediate improvements in mood and brain function, along with physical improvements, are only the start of the benefits exercise can have on your body. There are also many neurological benefits that can dramatically increase your quality of life and that of humanity as a whole.
Date: February 23rd, 2016
Running injuries are going to happen. Every runner is at risk of developing an injury. We have discussed the most common running injuries previously. The most common risk factors associated with running injuries are …
Date: February 3rd, 2016
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