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A fit body means a fit mind. Not only can regular workouts in the gym or on the playground improve attention span, memory, and learning, they can also reduce stress and the effects of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and even delay cognitive decline in old age. In short, staying in shape can make you smarter. For starters, aerobic exercise pumps more blood throughout the body, including to the brain. More blood means more oxygen and, therefore, better-nourished brain tissue. Exercise also spurs the brain to produce more of a protein called brain-derived neurotrophic factor, or BDNF. This powerful protein encourages brain cells to grow, interconnect, and communicate in new ways. Studies also suggest exercise plays a big part in the production of new brain cells, particularly in the dentate gyrus, a part of the brain heavily involved in learning and memory skills.

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Do as many reps as you can within 10 minutes.

  • 5 Push Ups
  • 10 Squats
  • 16 Plank Taps
  • 20 Jumping Jacks


Be Fit
Be Well
Be Mindful
Be Winning
Be Happy

Wherever you are in your life – and in the world – Coach Janis pinpoints fitness and wellbeing solutions that work for YOUYou are important enough and creative enough to achieve your goals! Keep your mind in the game. Keep your body in the game.  Keep your fierce and abiding spirit in the game.

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