Yes, that’s right. Clinical research indicates that getting up from your desk for a vigorous workout improves brain functioning and productivity.

In March, the Cognitive Neuroscience Society met in San Francisco to present the latest research on the short-term and long-term effects of exercise on the brain. Clinical research now confirms what I’ve known for years. Exercise makes you both physically fit and mentally sharp.

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