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MPLANE37 SparkPoints: (65,165)
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12/10/12 1:34 P

Even without the quizzes of that application, (cardio) exercise by itself does a lot of good to the brain. There is an entire book dedicated to it: www.amazon.com/Spark-Revolutionary-Science
-Exercise-Brain/dp/0316113506
. Also, the brain-exercise connection is one of the reasons for which I exercise during lunch time (although I lift heavy weights mostly), because it serves as a reset button for my brain which allows better productivity in the afternoon, precisely when it is less likely.

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12/10/12 10:12 A

Recently I have been using the Virtual Walk Android app while going for walks outside. When I exercise I love the feeling of being able to think clearly and about many different things, when I get back I have a million things to write down! Does anybody have this experience where they just feel that their mind is much clearer when they exercise and can solve any problems?

Here is a link to the app's website I have been using.
www.virtual-walk.com

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