News Story

J. Carson Smith and colleagues find that after Just 10 Days of Rest, Brain Benefits of Exercise Diminish - NY Times Article

J. Carson Smith and colleagues find that after Just 10 Days of Rest, Brain Benefits of Exercise Diminish - NY Times Article

“We wanted to study longtime, serious endurance athletes because they would be expected to have a very high baseline” level of aerobic fitness and established habits of frequent exercise, says J. Carson Smith, an associate professor of kinesiology at the University of Maryland and senior author of the study. If these people abruptly stopped exercising, he says, the impacts could be expected to be more outsized than among people who worked out only lightly. Via New York Times.

Read the New York Times article

September 28, 2016


Prev   Next

Current Headlines

Dean Pines Named University of Maryland's 34th President

Hu, Bernat Featured in Society for Women Engineers magazine

Visual Deprivation Lowers Threshold for Enzymatic Pathway that Rejuvenates Synaptic Plasticity in the Brain

UMD STEM Students Take the Stage in The Nutcracker

Institute Hosts AMBIC December Conference, Unveils New Research

Brain and Behavior Initiative Hosts 3rd Annual Seed Grant Symposium

Chapin, Bowen win in Bioscience Day poster session

New Perspectives on Some of the Oldest Questions about Human Language

News Resources

Return to Newsroom

Search News

Archived News

Events Resources

Events Calendar