Memory Solutions 

People find it difficult to concentrate or remember things for all sorts of reasons.Anxiety, stress, food intolerances, headaches, and plain old lack of sleep cause short-term forgetfulness while life-changing events such as strokes, dementia, toxicity, and head injuries lead to chronic memory loss.
Temporary forgetfulness resolves once the cause has been removed but long-term loss is of greater concern and harder to treat. It is particularly common among the elderly.
If you want to improve your memory, increase the flow of oxygen to your brain.
I heard that before, but now I know that for me personally at least, it is completely true!
Our modern lifestyles are not much like those of our ancestors. Instead of laboring for hours on the farm, today many of us sit in cubicles or offices or do very light physical work. Plus so many of us are now overweight, it is almost an epidemic.
Our bodies and minds were not designed for this type of living. Our bodies are made to move! We know our bodies are out of shape. Well, in a more subtle way, the structure and functioning of our brains is also out of shape. With the brain, you just can’t see it from the outside. Instead, you see it in your poor ability to concentrate or remember.
The 20-Minute Solution:
If you are totally fed up with your poor memory start doing intense cardio exercise at least 20 minutes a day, at least 5 days a week. Twice a day, if you can manage it, will clear your mind and improve you memory even more.
If the thought of that much exercise makes you cringe, let me encourage you by saying that the effort is totally worth it. The weeks when do my cardio workouts consistently, my mind is sharp as a tack, my thinking is swift, my perception is keen, and my ability to remember information – whether I’ve intentionally studied it or not – is just amazing.
You can see how at minutes 5, 9, 13, and 17 you speed up and hit a high point. Then, at minute 18 you really push yourself hard for one minute.
Here’s the actual procedure:
1. Warm up the first 2 minutes at Intensity Level 5. (This is basically a light walk or fast jog.)
2. Minutes 2-3 move from Intensity Level 5 to 6. (In other words, push yourself a little harder.)
3. Minutes 4-5, 6-10, and 11-14 work your way from in Intensity Level 6 to Level 9, maintain for one minute.
4. Minutes 15-19 work your way from intensity Level 6 to Level 10 (High Point at Level 10), maintain for one minute.
5. Minute 20 cool down to Intensity Level 5 for one minute.
So there you have it – your 20 Minute Memory Solution. Some recent memory studies involving exercise lasted for three months. Try doing this 20-minute cardio program at least 5 days a week for at least three months, then send me an email and let me know whether you experienced the same increased brain power and memory ability that I am now enjoying.
I know it takes commitment. My schedule is so hectic with work and family that sometimes I find myself on the treadmill at midnight just so I can get in my workout. But as a wise person once told me, the exercise is almost always worth more than the sleep.
Keep the following list of cardio benefits on the wall or your fridge, and you’ll always be able to remotivate yourself:
Benefits and More of Intense Cardio Exercise,improved memory,better concentration,sharper thinking ability,longer life,increased resistance to disease,look better physically, feel better physically,more endurance,reduced stress levels,better cholesterol levels,improved digestion,lose weight , stronger heart and lungs,stronger bones,more energy,better sleep.Every item in this list is a proven benefit. Seems like a pretty good return on investment for just 20 minutes of your time each day.
Everyone’s body and brain are a little different, so as you build the habit of daily intense exercise compare yourself to your old self and not to others but stick with the 20-Minute Solution for three months, and you will be amazed at how much better your brain works.
Not to mention, you are also going to be in darned good shape!

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Podium Piglets 
La settima edizione di “7th Pig Olympics” si è svolta come parte di una grande mostra del bestiame a Mosca. Lo Sporting-swine ha partecipato ad una serie di eventi che vanno dallo sprint alla maratona.Il vincitore, oltre ad un pasto gustoso è stato premiato anche con una medaglia d'oro. Questi maialini preziosi sono tra i maiali domestici, unici in tutto il mondo, che possono permettersi il lusso di morire di vecchiaia. E poiché la “Sport Swine Breeding Federation” proibisce la macellazione, questi campioni possono guardare avanti per difendere i loro titoli ai giochi del prossimo anno.

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Physical Education, Sport and Health 

The International Scientific Conference called “Physical Education, Sport and Health” will take place on the 22nd - 23rd of November 2012, in Pitesti, Romania. The international scientific manifestation will be organized by the Physical Education and Sport Faculty and Research Center for Human Performance from the University of Pitesti. This international conference represents an opportunity for the specialists of the Physical education and sport domain, as well as for the specialists of the connection domains, to present some original and innovative scientific studies and researches that are focused on aspects of the scientific research in the domain of the sport science and sport performance, physical education, health education, teachers’ training, socio-sportive and socio-educational aspects, as well as other directions and trends specific to our domain of activity. At the same time, this scientific manifestation represents an occasion for personal and institutional interrelationship creating the possibility to establish some national and international collaboration connections. Physical education, Sport and Health are parts of the formative direction of a modern society based on unity, evolution, efficiency and innovation, features that can assure the effective training and the development of the individual and the whole social macro-system. By organizing this international scientific manifestation we want to create an academic and scientific framework where there will be presented the most important results of some individual or collective studies and researches, to reunite specialists from the connection domains of sport science and to allow the expression, at the highest quality standards, of the accumulated experiences of the Physical education and sport domain practitioners, from a direct perspective, but also from the interdisciplinary view point.
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