Sunday, November 22, 2009
Check this article
“It looks more and more like the positive stress of exercise prepares cells and structures and pathways within the brain so that they’re more equipped to handle stress in other forms,” says Michael Hopkins, a graduate student affiliated with the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory Laboratory at Dartmouth, who has been studying how exercise differently affects thinking and emotion. “It’s pretty amazing, really, that you can get this translation from the realm of purely physical stresses to the realm of psychological stressors.” Read more at the link above from this NYT piece.
SSUSA's Chris Lodgeson pictured exercising here.
Posted by Lawrence at 7:23 PM