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Any type of movement improves executive function in older adults, according to Canadian study that compares high-intensity aerobic, strength-training and targeted gross motor activities.

All three improved cognitive performance performance over a 10-week period, but only aerobics and strength-training improved physical fitness.

This finding was contrary to the researchers’ hypothesis that any cognitive changes would be specific to the lower-body strength and aerobic training program.

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