Mind Matters

One of the tricks to maintaining your motivation to exercise regularly is understanding how it all works. When you start exercising and before it becomes a habit or routine part of your lifestyle, you’re primarily ‘extrinsically motivated’. This means that external rather than internal things......

When you’re feeling irritated, frustrated or cranky, you might be inclined to skip the exercise you had planned – but a better strategy is to pull your trainers on and get moving. A single session of physical activity is sufficient to trigger the release of......

It’s official: exercise is good for your brain. And no, not just for your mental health (although it is (seriously!) great for that, which you can read about here), but for your grey matter’s physical capabilities, or cognitive function, too. In particular it can: Sharpen......