Exercise and get smarter while you’re at it!
Research provides strong evidence for a positive link between exercise and cognitive function.
The most comprehensive review of the published literature on exercise and academic performance to date, published by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, found a significant positive relationship…between physical activity and cognitive function in children aged 4-18 years.
2018 Research Study
In Spring 2018, a team of researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill used The Walking Classroom program to study the impact of learning during physical activity on student short-term and long-term learning retention, cognitive performance, mood, and attitudes toward learning.
››› See the results here