Saturday, March 15, 2014

Feel Good When You Exercise

Brain Derived Neurotropic Factors - Why you feel good when you exercise

Have you ever wondered why you feel so good when you work out? Why you seem to think more clearly, have positive thoughts and be more productive? Research shows that one of the most effective ways to increase Brain Derived Neurotropic Factors is through exercise. The secret lies within your brain and its reaction to exercise stimulation. It is possible to increase cognitive function via working out. Talk about a two for one!! Who does not want to think more clearly, feel better and look better?

BDNF is a sub-fraction of Neoroptrophin and effects the growth of new neurons and synapses in the brain. In addition to the wonderful cognitive benefits, BDNFs have been shown to help muscle fibers grow and repair. How do you get your BDNFs going and optimized? Consistent, challenging and new exercise programs that make you sweat! Come into our fitness center and join a class or get some personal training sessions and start to enjoy the rewards of your efforts!

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