I think this is great idea many days my brain is on freeze.
Fitness Minutes: (3,836)
706 4/5/10 8:56 P
Great idea! Anything to help keep me sharp.
Fitness Minutes: (110,405)
6,647 4/5/10 8:14 P
I'd give a Brain Trainer a try, what the heck. I love doing the trivia challenge every day since even if my score isn't the greatest I am always learning something new. Any time you can add to your knowledge and retain all that information is a good thing. I pass on my little bits of knowledge to my son as random health info which he then pass along to his friends. Bring on the Brain Trainer since its a muscle that needs to be worked daily too.
Fitness Minutes: (30,374)
12,089 3/30/10 11:30 P
I don't have great success with the trivia every day, but I am game for this one!
Great Idea!!! It would also be great to have questions beginning from kindergarten level up to graduate level.
I get mental blocks sometimes with simple questions such as "1x1" or "What are the primary colors?". I guess we're just so used to dealing with more complicated problems at home or at work that we tend to forget the basics.
ooohhH! that would be so great! Give me a sudoku every day and I promise to keep my brain in top shape!
Fitness Minutes: (56,910)
2,279 3/1/10 6:56 A
There are already so many daily challenges on the SparkPoints page that I hesitate to suggest another one. However, would it be possible to put in a wee brain trainer, along the lines of the Trivia questions. Spark Points concentrates on Nutrition and Fitness but I think that fitness of the brain ( see http://www.lumosity.com/) is also important - especially for Seniors and retired folk. Just a suggestion - I'd be interested to hear other views.
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