Everyone knows that exercise can strengthen the body, which is mainly obtained by exercising muscles. Others can also exercise the brain, transform the mind and IQ, and make you smarter, happier, and happier!
Humans evolved from the Australopithecines that lived in South Africa and East Africa about 4 million to 1 million years ago. In the past millions of years, in a very short period of time compared to the history of the earth, our brain capacity has increased from about 400ml for Earth apes and Australopithecus to more than 1400ml today, which is more than three times larger (Figure 1).
From left to right are the data of Earth ape, Australopithecus, Homo sapiens, Homo erectus, and Homo sapiens. It is generally believed that humans evolved from the first four species in turn). During the evolution of the brain, exercise played an important role.
In fact, exercise is also a good medicine for encephalopathy and the prevention of brain aging. Exercise can prevent Alzheimer's disease and delay aging. Because it can also improve stress, eliminate anxiety and quit addiction.
In an exercise life, we must learn to look down on the shortcomings and move with the conditions. The so-called resignation is to do everything and obey the destiny. With a mindset of resignation, you can look down on loss and focus your energy on what you may have.
Workout empowers our faith. When the loss fades, the pain is less; when the possession is valued, the happiness increases. In a chic life, I only want to pretend to be happy.
The philosophy of exercise life is very close to us. The most ruthless thing is not people, but time; the most precious thing is not money, but emotions; the most terrifying thing is not broken love, but mental and physical insufficiency; the most comfortable thing is not the hotel, but the home; The worst thing is not swearing, but speechlessness; the best thing is not the future, but today.