aerobic exercise en Polarized Training: More but Easier Easy and Less But Harder Hard May Be the Way <p>In recent weeks I've been following some podcasts and reading some studies about training as I get ready to get back to eating and training better once the sun hits me after the time shift. Last year, I had lost a lot of weight and had trained pretty well, but at A2A start line I felt weak. Carolina Century I felt much better and stronger, but I tried managing problems from the road and that didn't work.</p><p><a href="" target="_blank">read more</a></p> 2019 2000s 2010s aerobic exercise anaerobic exercise polarized training Stephen Seiler threshold training training Mon, 04 Mar 2019 09:22:44 +0000 roadskater 1506 at Seems Like Inline Skating Aligns the Electrons in My Brain: Study Shows Benefits of Aerobic Exercise <p>I often tell people who ask (and some who don't) that inline skating for one to several hours aligns my brain. I don't mean anything specific really, but things go better with eating, sleeping, doing, and thinking if I've been skating lately. Sometimes one day of four to six hours of not particularly difficult or fast skating can really improve the look of the world. Well that's me. What do the mice think? Or rather, what do scientists who study mice think.</p><p>Check out the article below if my snips are not making sense. Or go run on a mouse wheel for awhile and try again! Seriously the article is done well.&nbsp;</p><p>First, in a recent study, they wanted to</p><blockquote><p><span>figure out how important physical activity is for generating or growing new neurons in the hippocampus.&nbsp;</span></p></blockquote><p><span>To see whether exercise or other factors in the mouse's environment were boosting neurogenesis they designed a study with four groups: </span></p><p><a href="" target="_blank">read more</a></p> Health 2012 2000s 2010s aerobic exercise brain brain studies experiments mice mouse wheels neurogenesis running studies Tue, 01 May 2012 06:06:54 +0000 roadskater 1419 at