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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.
Very informative book summaries much of the last decades of research on the effect of exercise on the mind and particular conditions such as ADHD and anxiety.Published 3 days ago by Lynn M. Hamsen
Kindle is 2008 version of this book. Republished in 2013. I have NOT compared them side by side, but the 2013 paperback has more pages.Published 9 days ago by Eugene C.
not great. just another book which is a repeat of what you have read in other articles about dieting and excersize
total loss of time
do not buy this book
Very accessible and informative. As someone who works with young people, this book provides the needed information to make the case for schools to bring back our physical... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Policarpio
Anyone interested in being able to use their brain as long as possible into old age should read this one! Read morePublished 13 days ago by Abigail
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 19 days 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 22 days ago by Michael E. Allen
Very clear understanding of ADHD and how aerobic exercise improves attention and learning.Published 28 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 1 month ago by Jlc