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We have known for many years the positive health benefits of exercise and that people who exercise regularly have a lower risk of developing many chronic diseases. What is less well-known and has only been studied relatively recently, are the potential benefits of aerobic exercise on our mental processes.

‘Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity’

John F. Kennedy


Research has shown that not only do people who undertake aerobic exercise have a greater propensity for creative thinking than those who don’t partake in aerobic exercise but that their creativity would not dissipate within a few hours of completion of the exercise. Don’t just take JFK’s word for it, why not see for yourself if regular aerobic exercise overcomes any mental blocks or inspires more creative thought processes?


For a more in-depth analysis, please refer to the following two studies: