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LIVE WEBINAR TOMORROW!-SUPER BODY, SUPER BRAIN. ATTEND MY LIVE WEBINAR TOMORROW WEDNESDAY AT 2 PM

May 22, 2012
LIVE WEBINAR: SUPER BODY, SUPER BRAIN by Michael Gonzalez-Wallace

LIVE WEBINAR: SUPER BODY, SUPER BRAIN by Michael Gonzalez-Wallace

Hi there followers and fans! I am super excited to present this LIVE WEBINAR at FRIENDS HEALTH CONNECTION TOMORROW WEDNESDAY FROM 2-3pm. I hope you can join me and ask me any questions you may have! Here you can see My Live Webinar at Facebook

Super Body, Super Brain with Michael Gonzalez-Wallace

Wednesday, May 23rd at 2pm EST  

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Even though your brain is not a muscle, you can use your muscles to boost your brainpower. Each SUPER BODY, SUPER BRAIN exercise may seem easy to perform, but the crucial element is that your brain perceives the exercises as challenging,” explains Michael Gonzalez-Wallace, a performance trainer and athlete. While traditional repetitive exercises—such as the classic bicep curl—use only limited brain power, these exercises actively engage several areas in the brain including, the cerebellum (responsible for balance, coordination, muscle timing, and speech); the basal ganglia (motor-coordinated movements); the hippocampus (learning new movements); and the frontal lobes (higher thinking and decision making). Gonzalez-Wallace developed his program over a period of years, drawing on the work and input of dozens of neuroscientists, neurokinesiologists, physicians, psychiatrists, and brain researchers from all over the world, who all support the notion that the right kind of exercise can indeed improve brainpower. Michael Gonzalez-Wallace has been involved with athletic sports for over 20 years. In 2002 he become a personal trainer for New York Sports Club and received a certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. He’s been featured in Redbook, Prevention, O and Fitness magazines, and on msnbc.com and CNN. He lives in New York City.”  

Super Body, Super Brain with Michael Gonzalez-Wallace

Wednesday, May 23rd at 2pm EST  

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TRENDS IN EXERCISE AND NEUROSCIENCE

TRENDS IN EXERCISE AND NEUROSCIENCE

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