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Exercise and the Brain

Why Physical Exercise is Essential to Peak Cognitive Health | 10 CEU
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Explore evidence-based research on the benefits of exercise for prevention and treatment of chronic brain disorders. Discover the relationship between physical exercise and cognitive health—as presented by author Dr. Baloh, a noted neurologist who spent a lifetime at UCLA studying the brain and balance, has written a scholarly book that look into these subjects in detail.

Understand how the brain develops and the role exercise plays (hint: it’s very important). Being physically active increases the ability to learn and retain memories. The role of movement in dealing with stress, mental health, chronic pain and aging is also covered in detail. Perhaps you have concerns about dementia and want to know whether moving more can reduce your risk or delay the onset. All these subjects are covered in detail.

Harness the vast array of research that supports our need to move more for better health and implement training protocols and practices that are customized for your clients, based on risk factors, fitness goals, and age. Develop strategies to help your clients integrate exercise into their daily routine and counteract the detriment of sedentary lifestyle practices.


185 true/false statements. Downloadable. Unlimited retakes. View our "How It Works" video.

  • Kindle eBook: 12980 KB. ASIN: B0BKVGN9Q7. Accessible in the U.S. only. You must have an active amazon account. The email associated with your active amazon account, must be the same email used for this order. Kindle eBooks can be viewed on Androids, iPhones, iPads, PCs, Macs, etc. Enjoy Kindle eBooks on any device with the free Kindle app for iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets, PC and Mac, and on Kindle e-readers and Fire tablets. Learn more here.
  • Book: Paperback, 232pp. Oct 2022 ISBN-13: 978-3031139239. Book preview | Author bio
Professionally Approved
  • Board of Certification, Inc. (BOC): Accepted by the BOC and may be used towards the continuing education unit (CEU) requirement for Athletic Trainers (ATC). Level of difficulty: 4/Mastery. Learning Domain: 1. View more here.
  • American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM): Accepted by the ACSM and may be used towards the continuing education credit (CEC) requirement for ACSM professionals. View more here.

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