I've talked before about how exercise positively impacts the brain and can make you smarter and happier, but here's an article with new info about what type of exercise effects the students in the classroom. Studies showed that just basic running around, skipping, walking--being a typical kid--raised kids test scores more than activities that required them to think and move at the same time.
Being the fitness geek that I am, just wanted to share that with you. On a personal level, do you think there is a connection between your activity level and your brain activity? Do you feel like your head is full of cotton on most days? Or are you clear headed?