Get young children to exercise, improve their education
Illinois: Cardiovascular health of four- to six-year-olds may lead to better academic performance. That is, if children of this age can walk farther than their peers, they can perform better than them in terms of acquisition and academic ability.
Dr. Shelby Kai and Dr. Neman Khan, of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, say that much research has been done on exercise and mental retardation in young children, adolescents, adolescents and young children. Earlier, there was a link between aerobic exercise and better learning.
Now, he says, even if very young children between the ages of 4 and 6 have a strong respiratory and cardiovascular strength and perform better in a walking and running test, it means that their The brain is a large volume in which neurons (nerve cells) have more connections than others.