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Research findings suggest that physical activity is good for your brain. Given the systematic and thorough investigation over the last 40 to 50 years, it is unquestionable that exercising not only has beneficial and protective effects on physical health (Sofi et al., 2011), but has indeed been found to improve cognitive performances as well (Erickson, Hillman, & Kramer, 2015).