2014/05/7cb2d_exercise_default

Out of shape? Your memory may suffer

Here’s another reason to drop that doughnut and hit the treadmill: A new study suggests aerobic fitness affects long-term memory.

Michigan State University researchers tested 75 college students during a two-day period and found those who were less fit had a harder time retaining information.

“The findings show that lower-fit individuals lose more memory across time,” said Kimberly Fenn, study co-author and assistant professor of psychology.

The study, which appears online in the research journal Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience, is one of the first to investigate young, supposedly healthy adults. Previous research on fitness and memory has focused largely on children, whose brains are still developing, and the elderly, whose memories are declining.

Participants studied related word pairs such as “camp” and “trail.” The next day, they were tested on the word pairs to evaluate long-term memory retention. Long-term memory is anything remembered more than about 30 seconds ago.

Aerobic fitness was gauged by oxygen consumption derived from a treadmill test and factored with the participants’ weight, percent body fat, age and sex.

The findings speak to the increasingly sedentary lifestyles found in the United States and other Western cultures. A surprising number of the college students in the study were significantly out of shape and did much worse at retaining information than those who were extremely fit, Fenn said.

Story Source:

The above story is based on materials provided by Michigan State University. Note: Materials may be edited for content and length.

Original story here.
Fitness News — Sciencedaily
— Courtesy “Science News Daily” (ScienceNewsDaily.com) <p>

http://voiceandspeech.com/voice-problems.html# If I had to choose only one voice exercise, I would choose the Spinal Roll. It’s so simple, but there’s no end…
Video Rating: 4 / 5

<p>Question by Brenda: Oblique exercises….?
any good oblique exercises?

Best answer:

Answer by Thomas
Here is a list of several oblique exercises and stretches:

http://exrx.net/Lists/ExList/WaistWt.html#anchor1944764

Here is the best way to lose weight effectively:

1. Eating more will boost metabolism and lead to weight lose. Eat 6 small meals each day. Eat non-processed fresh fruit for breakfast when you wake up and then another serving of non-processed fresh fruit for your second meal a couple hours later. For lunch, eat a serving of meat, preferably white portion chicken or fish, broiled or baked, not fried or processed. Add two servings of non-processed fresh vegetables to this meal. For your next meal, eat one or two servings of non-processed fresh vegetables. Then for dinner, eat another serving of meat, preferably white portion chicken or fish, broiled or baked, not fried or processed. Add one or two servings of non-processed fresh vegetables to this meal.

2. Eating the right foods will lead to weight lose. With your 6 meals, eat only low glycemic foods. Low glycemic foods have a glycemic index of 20-49. Occasionally, your meals can include foods with a glycemic index of 50-69. Avoid any foods with a glycemic index of 70-100. Avoid processed foods and eat only fresh foods. Here is a website that lists the glycemic index of various foods:

http://www.lowglycemicdiet.com/gifoodlis…

3. Drinking the right beverages will lead to weight lose. Replace sodas and sweetened beverages with water and hot herbal teas, especially green tea without sugar or artificial sweeteners. Avoid alcohol, including beer, liquor and wine.

4. Improving your cardio health will lead to weight lose. Begin doing at least 30 minutes of cardio exercises 4-5 times each week. Walking, jogging, swimming, dancing, and aerobics are good cardio exercises.

5. Replacing fat cells with muscle will lead to weight lose. Begin doing at least 30 minutes of weight training 3-4 times each week. Be sure to exercise each muscle group. Some resistance exercises require only your body weight and all muscle groups can be exercised with a set of dumbbells. Here is a site that illustrates various exercises that can be performed in any environment:

Homepage: http://exrx.net/
Exercise directory: http://exrx.net/Lists/Directory.html

6. Stretching improves muscle health. Stretch for 5-10 minutes before and after exercising. Be sure to stretch each muscle group. Here is a site for various stretches:

Stretch directory: http://exrx.net/Lists/Directory.html

7. Sleep helps your body recover. Sleep at least 8-10 hours each night. Your body needs ample time to repair itself and recharge.

Following these seven steps will lead to weight lose and a healthier body composition. Stay committed to your goal and you will see the changes.

What do you think? Answer below!

Tags: , , , , , ,
Previous Post
logo-white
Fat Loss Healthy Lifestyle Running

Everyone's Reading. . . The Party Slim Down Plan & The Magical Chill Pill We All Need

Next Post
2014/05/eb4e6_bodybuilding_default
Bodybuilding

New form of treatment to reduce risk of surgery-related ischemic brain injury?

Comments

    • Alexandria Faber
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    Hi, I’ve been told I have a voice of a hyena, and a voice of a little boy
    and I’m a 14 year old girl. Will this help me change my voice or no?

    View Comment
    • Karam Davenport
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    so great! your self n skills are very real n wise. dig it!

    View Comment
    • bruno chambre
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    amazing technique

    View Comment
    • Just Greg
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    Good video! I only realised when I made my first youtube video that I
    wasn’t speaking very clearly at all…

    View Comment
    • Lisa_sweet
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    Awsome video.. thankz for sharing this video..this video very helpful
    i a’m student, i always must doing presention at college. but i have
    problem about my voice.. this exercise maybe can heip me to improved my
    voice.. thank you..

    View Comment
    • Jitendra Gajjar
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    hi sir i have problem that i can not speak albhabet ‘L’ clearly so what
    should i do?

    View Comment
    • coletenerelli98
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    my head
    hurlggggggghjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnngggggggggggggggg

    View Comment
    • Sudesh pissa
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    I think It’s working

    View Comment
    • Sonia Laila
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    thanks for your help Mr. Miller. I want to be an elementary school teacher
    and while I speak decently I just want to refine the way I talk so I can be
    a better teacher.

    View Comment
    • mohit sharma
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    Thanks Mr. Miller,

    your all tips and exercises are real, thanks for sharing all this valuable
    information with us on Youtube

    View Comment
    • Jane Smith
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    Thank you! I’ve also found some cool exercises at 99SingingLessons website.

    View Comment
    • Aljon Moreno
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    Sorry. I didn’t make it to attend our meeting. I have no Skype. I will have
    it rescheduled. I will have to found an internet shop who has a Skype
    installed. I downloaded all of your videos on YouTube so I can watch it at
    home..

    View Comment
    • Aljon Moreno
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    I have recently applied to a call center agent.. And these are my verdicts
    I speak to fast and I almost swallow my words.. How can you help jay ? I’m
    looking forward to hearing you soon..Thank you

    View Comment
    • Jay Miller
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    Thanks. I’m always happy to hear that. It makes the effort worthwhile. Stay
    tuned for more videos.

    View Comment
    • Jay Miller
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    Thanks. Of course, I’d be happy to chat with you. I’ll send you a private
    message with instructions.

    View Comment
    • Pamela Lawson
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    I have had two major operations of 7 hours on my vocal cords. Still my
    voice sounds coarse and after a while my voice is hurting. Are there any
    exercises to improve my voice and to have it sound less coarse and it is
    very tyring as well

    View Comment
    • Rajan Bharti
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    wow… thank you very much this exercise is really good, i can already
    notice the difference in the way i speak… i mean my throat was like very
    tense usually when i speak, but doing this exercise has changed the way my
    throat used to create the voice, i mean its very clear and smooth
    feeling… and my voice is also getting LOW, loved it..!!! thanks again…
    😀

    View Comment
    • Isabel Hon
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    Wow Jay, I did your exercise last night and my voice has a much deeper
    resonance this morning. The exercise also got me into a very relaxed and
    meditative state so I am gonna incorporate it with my yoga practice. Thank
    You!! What are your other exercises like? I am interested in getting your
    MP3.

    View Comment
    • AndreasCableguy
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    If I can get my voice to sound like yours Mr. Miller then I will definitely
    be trying this technique out

    View Comment
    • niceuser1234
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    Great! you look young and fresh how about some tips on general health or
    skin?

    View Comment
    • Ohmysharks
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    this is amazingggggg

    View Comment
    • Brainbuster
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    I feel discomfort in the back of my neck when I do this. Maybe I’m doing it
    wrong, because I can touch my toes no problem.

    View Comment
    • EN
    • May 3, 2014
    Reply

    Buy the CD – Hip Hop Abs those give some good ab workouts and obliques!!

    View Comment

Leave a Reply