Strong, sturdy legs could mean healthy brains, according to a new study published in today's New York Times.
As we've read again and again, exercise may improve brain health and slow age-related declines in memory and thinking. And study after study has shown correlations between physical activity, muscular health, and mental acuity, even among people who are quite old. This new study shows that fitter legs are strongly linked to fitter brains.
What does this mean for you? Read the full article:
And don't forget— sit less and move more!