Tuesday, June 18, 2013 | Categories: Brainiac Book Club
The Brainiac book club this week
is looking at getting our brains in shape. Boot camp for our brains by a nicer name: brain fitness. Practicing brain fitness is a healthy habit we can each pick up to get our individual cranial contents in shape. This type of fitness is not for any aesthetic appeal nor superficial motivation of course, but is purely for performance.
It turns out putting the bounce back into your visual processing is only one of the many things involved in cognitive fitness. There are hundreds of titles out there as well as videos that teach us about the methods through which to sharpen our ability to achieve it. One new title is Sharp Brains Guide to Brain Fitness. Alvaro Fernandez, the book's authour, sat down with us to let us know a little more about what we can expect to find between its covers, which you can listen to here at the Brainiacs Book Club site.
Alvaro offers insight on how to best care for your brain
while he dispels some common misconceptions. The book sets itself apart
from overhyped writing and media coverage that promise the public
seemingly unending powers of the brain. At the same time, it equips its
readers with tools to fight aggressive marketing claims with that do