Tuesday, 5 November 2013

You might be physically fit, but are you Cognitively Fit?

Many people, possibly yourself included, take pride in looking good and in feeling great, and in being physically fit. They put a lot of work into going to the gym or the pool, running, cycling, or whatever other physical sports and activities float their boat.

But how many people put the same amount of effort into being as mentally fit as they are physically fit? .

Interestingly, not many! Why is that? Is it because we don't seem to value flexible thinking in today's society? Nope, it's not that, because we evidently DO value it. So why the flabby thinking then? .

I suspect that it's because people are taught HOW to exercise, which usually means that not only do they enjoy it, it's easy to recognise that progress is being made. 'Seeing' thinking isn't so easy! At least, not until you know what you're looking for and can recognise progress in your own thinking and flabby thinking in others. .

Cognitive Fitness is all about developing Flexibility, Agility and Strength in your thinking strategies. .

If you want to develop your Cognitive Fitness, Go to www.cognitivefitness.co.uk/resources to learn more, or read some of the other blog posts .... particularly the new The Spine Race 2014 ones!

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