Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Teenagers` learning performance can be boosted by moderate to vigorous exercises

A new study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine proves that teenagers who make moderate to vigorous exercises can boost their academic performance. These exercises are good especially for girls for doing better in science. The results of this study show that the more intense the exercises, the better the academic performance. “This is an important finding, especially in light of the current UK and European Commission policy aimed at increasing the number of females in science subjects”, said the authors of this study. The study turns special emphasize to females who academic performance can be boosted and used for better understanding science. This is the reason why this research analyzes the two genders (males and females) separately. The impact of physical activity on the brain differs, depending on the gender. It also depends whether people choose moderate or vigorous exercises; academic performance can be boosted depending on this as well.

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