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This was a very well written, fairly easy to understand book.
His book, Spark: the Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain provides enough scientific evidence to spark an interest in all readers.
The author shows how physical exercise cues the brain to learning and affects mood, anxiety and attention skills.
We all know exercise was good for health. With Spark, we now know it's good for our brain. Very insightful, a real revolution.Published 1 day ago by Marc
This is a must read for anyone who cares about achieving their own potential an helping their kids achieve theirs. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Michael E. Allen
Very clear understanding of ADHD and how aerobic exercise improves attention and learning.Published 10 days ago by Ross Taylor
As an elementary physical education teacher that wrote her Master thesis on this very thing in 1976, I was fired up. I even asked my Headmaster to read parts of it. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Jlc
I have the Audible version but I decided to order the hardcover as well. Very inspiring eye opener for everyone.Published 19 days ago by Juha Wikström
Very interesting book about the value of exercise and healthy living to many various illness. Pills seem to be the first measure most docs run towards and a combination to start... Read morePublished 27 days ago by J C Brzusek
I am a mental health therapist, and I'm always encouraging my clients to exercise. I'm also fascinated by neuroscience, and what our brain can do to change the way we think and... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Jody Brewer