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Speed and Agility Training Train Yourself For Speed and Agility

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Recent scientific studies have shown that physical changes occur in the brain on a regular basis throughout our entire lives. Not only that, but also that the brain can be trained to increase attention, memory, speed, agility and also cognitive control. Neuroplasticity is a process of re-wiring nerve cells, also know as neurons in areas of the brain. This systematic science is used to manipulate and increase various aspects of the mind for an overall better mental performance. Your brain actually changes when you learn new things while vascular cells in the nervous system are transformed.

How to train the brain:

Just as your body needs exercise to stay healthy and in shape, so does the mind. Neuroscientist have been saying for years that reading is beneficial for the brain. However, reading is limited as to what areas of the brain are affected, whereas brain games improve brain power, reflex action, speed and agility, visual attention and attention span. Children's games and toys such as Connect Four and Rubix Cube are basic brain gym exercises that provide fun while developing motor skills in the nervous system. New breakthroughs in the field of Neuroplasticity have taken this principle a step further by creating games for specific brain functions in kids and adults alike.

Benefits of brain fitness:

The observations of playing such brain games regularly have shown that most of us simply aren't reaching our full mental potential. Studies show an improvement in memory, thinking patterns, mood, concentration and alertness in those who regularly give their brains gym exercises. These important facts shouldn't be ignored or be taken lightly by anyone seeking to improve their entire mental health. If you are experiencing sluggishness in the mind, I would suggest you start training your brain for speed and agility on a daily basis.

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