'Mens sana in corpore sano’: exercise is not only healthy for your body, but also for your mind. Somehow we know this, but don't quite get around to it in practice!
It's not always easiy to be active on a regular basis. So why is exercise so important? And how can you make sure you spend less time behind your screen and more often? Do you necessarily have to exercise? Based on scientific insights, myths such as 'exercise makes you smarter' are explored and you get useful tips to help you get moving (more)!
Amika Singh (movement scientist, epidemiologist) works as a senior researcher at the Mulier Institute (Utrecht) and Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (Norway). In this webinar she explains the impact of regular exercise on your physical and mental health and why exercise is important, especially during your studies.
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