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Invictus Pathways Program (IPP) veteran Ashley Muir with Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science student Lachlan Darch. Research by UniSA found that the greatest changes in neuroplasticity – the brain’s ability to rewire or modify its neural connections – occurs with 20 minutes of interval training or 25 minutes of continuous moderate aerobic exercise. Invictus Pathways Program (IPP) veteran Ashley Muir with Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science student Lachlan Darch. Research by UniSA found that the greatest changes in neuroplasticity – the brain’s ability to rewire or modify its neural connections – occurs with 20 minutes of interval training or 25 minutes of continuous moderate aerobic exercise.

The exercise that will maximise your heart and brain health

New research has revealed the exercise regime that gives both the heart and brain the best workout. Read more