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The Neuroscience of Exercise: Michael Gonzalez-Wallace is Interviewed by Medhelp. 12 ways to boost your brain power

March 9, 2012

Michael Gonzalez-Wallace is interviewed by Medhelp. Michael Gonzalez-Wallace explains how you can boost your brain from exercise

12 Ways to boost your brain power. Medhelp interviews Michael Gonzalez-Wallace author of Super Body, Super Brain

The Neuroscience of Exercise: Michael Gonzalez-Wallace Interview at Medhelp is Live

Just wanted to share a great article at Medhelp and my interview about brain and exercise

From Medhelp’s Interview click here to keep reading 

The Neuroscience of Exercise: Michael Gonzalez-Wallace Interview at Medhelp is Live

The fourth important pillar of brain fitness: exercise. Learning new movements (and building on their complexity) not only trims your waistline — it also nourishes your brain connections and pushes your brain to create new paths of communication, says Michael Gonzalez-Wallace, author of Super Body, Super Brain and MedHelp‘s Brain and Body Fitness forum MedHelpexpert. Plus, he says, click here to keep reading and please share

The Neuroscience of Exercise: 3 Exercises to Boost your brain power, click here to keep reading and please share

The Neuroscience of Exercise. Exercises to boost your brain power. Medhelp interviews Michael Gonzalez-Wallace.

The Neuroscience of Exercise. Exercises to boost your brain power. Medhelp interviews Michael Gonzalez-Wallace.

To finalize this blog I wanted to share an interview at Sharpbrains, one of the best websites of brain science and latest research

Q&A with Yaakov Stern on Brain Reserve, Exercise, Cognitive Training,

Angry Birds, YMCA and more

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To finalize this blog I wanted to share an interview at Sharpbrains, one of the best websites of brain science and latest research

Q&A with Yaakov Stern on Brain Reserve, Exercise, Cognitive Training,

Angry Birds, YMCA and more

By: Alvaro Fernandez

I just had the chance to dis­cuss lat­est neu­ro­sci­en­tific research and think­ing with Dr. Yaakov Stern, one of the lead­ing sci­en­tists study­ing how to build a neu­ro­pro­tec­tive cog­ni­tive reserve across the lifes­pan. Dr. Stern leads the Cog­ni­tive Neu­ro­science Divi­sion at the Colum­bia Uni­ver­sity Sergievsky Cen­ter click here to keep reading

click here to keep reading

4 Comments leave one →
  1. March 9, 2012 2:04 pm

    great post

  2. David Haas permalink
    March 12, 2012 8:07 pm

    Hi,
    I have a quick question about your blog, do you think you could email me?
    David

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