Thursday, September 16, 2010

CF ATL 1534 Team 6 AM getting after "Filthy Fifty". 

Workout of the Day


Three rounds, 21-15- and 9 reps, for time of:
95 pound Thruster

Aside from curing hangovers, many ancient wise men knew that exercise was good for the mind, that a sound mind and a sound body were inextricably linked:

is remarkable how ones wits are sharpened by physical
exercise."- Pliny the Younger

is exercise alone that supports the spirits, and keeps
the mind in vigor."- Cicero

can do nothing without the body, let us always take
care that it is in the best condition to sustain us."– Socrates

Now researchers prove it to be true. Can Exercize Make You Smarter?  The kids in that study ran on a treadmill, the most boring exercise that can be imagined.  How much more brain stimulus would they have gotten if their exercise had been a game, especially a ball game?

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