Children’s brain development is closely associated with level of physical fitness.
Various studies have shown that exercise can create new brain cells—boosts brainpower, and improves overall brain performance.
Regular exercise increases oxygen-rich blood flow to the brain and increases students’ ability to concentrate. Regular physical activity boosts memory and increases ability to learn new things.
Studies also suggest that a tough workout increases levels of a brain-derived protein in the body, which is believed to help with decision making, higher thinking, and learning.
The parts of the brain that control thinking and memory have greater volume in students who exercise compared with students who do not.
Running very fast can improve vocabulary retention among the students.
Students having exercise on regular basis are more productive and have more energy than the students do not exercise.
Regular exercise refreshes the body and mind which in turn enhances our creative thinking. Exercise ensures successful brain function and increase the brain plasticity.
Exercise strengthen long-term memory capacity.
Lack of physical activity is one of the major causes of obesity. Obesity can cause many diseases including diabetes, heart disease,etc. Exercise not only help to improve physical health, but might also improve students academic performance.
Do exercise regularly– boost your brainpower –enhance your chances of living a better life.
Keep growing –keep going.