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Kickboxing for Better Memory
Exercise and especially kickboxing is proven to be a significant memory aid to students and people of all ages, and may help stem off Alzheimer’s disease according to a study in the journal, “Neurobiology of Learning and Memory.”
Exercise and especially kickboxing increases the blood flow to your noggin, bringing much-needed oxygen and glucose for fuel, which is a clear winning strategy and memory aid to help students and people of all ages, and may help stem off Alzheimer’s disease according to a study in the "Journal Neurobiology of Learning and Memory."
In fact, you can learn vocabulary words 20 percent faster if you try to memorize them after doing an intense workout rather than a low-impact activity, suggests a study in the journal Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. Up the ante even more by taking a kickboxing class -- anything that requires you to remember a routine.
It happens to all of us: You stop at the store and forget the one thing you went for. You blank on your co-worker's husband's name -- Is it John? Jim? And where are those darn keys?!? It's normal to be forgetful once in a while, especially if you've got a lot on your plate.
But even if you're years away from worrying about senior moments, research shows that memory loss can actually begin as early as your 20s, and it continues as you age. Thankfully, taking a few easy steps throughout your day can help you stay sharp -- and maybe even help you remember where you put those keys!
Max Kickboxing in Sherman Oaks run by president John Youn offers fun and exhilarating kickboxing and cross fit classes all week long. You may schedule your classes online at http://www.maxkickboxing.com
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