The world of business is changing. Productivity and effective leadership are precious commodities. The right strategies for achieving optimal performance are essential.
Now, with the help of this new book, Fitness Powered Brains, you can improve productivity, performance and leadership.
Inside, you will discover a new concept which will help to simplify the complex scientific ideas of the great benefits of exercise on our brains and how:
- Exercise can improve work performance
- You can reduce stress
- To enjoy your work once again, while accomplishing more
- Just 10 minutes of walking can make you happier
- And more…
Crammed full of practical advice, that can boost your mental powers and enhance your chances for success, Fitness Powered Brains looks at ground-breaking ideas and shows you how you can implement them in your life.
If you are ready to challenge your potential, then reading this book is the first step to take. Get your copy now and see how a fitter brain will make you more productive.
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What the critics are saying about Fitness Powered Brains.
―Jean Paul Zogby, Bestselling Author of The Power of Time Perception“Chong Chen has produced a short but convincing introduction to exercise science. In simple and readable paragraphs, he conveys the many benefits of exercise, across many domains of life. Now there is no longer any excuse not to get outside and do something!”
― Kennon M. Sheldon, Ph.D., Curators’ Distinguished Professor of Psychological Sciences, University of Missouri
One of 20 Most Cited Social Psychologists in the World
Former Book Review Editor for the Journal of Positive Psychology
“Fitness Powered Brains is a milestone in the field of physical fitness and brain science. Exercise was the theme of Dr. Chen’s Ph.D. dissertation. As a member of the dissertation committee, I’ve witnessed this perfect expertise throughout his scientific career. This book is his another great achievement.”
― Masao Mizuno, Ph.D., Professor of Physical Fitness Science, Hokkaido University, Japan
“An extraordinary achievement. Fitness Powered Brains will change how people view physical fitness and exercise. Finally we have a powerful strategy to strengthen our brains, increase our work productivity, and cope with daily stress.”
― Wei Hao, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Psychiatry, Central South University, China
President, Chinese Association of Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment
Former President, Chinese Psychiatrist Association
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About the author
Chong Chen is a research scientist at the RIKEN Brain Science Institute in Wako, a suburb of Tokyo, Japan. He studied at Hokkaido University, where he obtained a Ph.D. in Medicine and won several academic awards, including the Takakuwa Eimatsu Award.
Chong has been the author of some 20 articles, all of which have been published in professional journals and which cover several aspects of his fields of expertise; neuroscience, psychiatry and psychology.
In addition to these important pieces, Chong has now written two books. Fitness Powered Brains: Optimize Your Productivity, Leadership and Performance, is exactly what it sounds like and is ideal for business people, while Plato’s Insight: How Physical Exercise Boosts Mental Excellence shows how being physically active can directly correlate to mental ability and how this fact has been known for centuries. In fact, one of Plato’s quotations was part of the inspiration for the title – “with education and exercise, man can attain perfection.”
When he has free time, Chong likes to get some fresh air and exercise by cycling. He also loves playing ping-pong, reads novels and poems and is a huge fan of the Argentine Tango.
As far as the future goes, Chong hopes that he will be able to translate scientific findings into ways that will allow regular people to live better lives. And through his books, he hopes that he can reach a much wider audience.
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This is a much needed book, especially as our jobs and personal lives become more sedentary, revolving around the computer and our phones. Everyone knows we should be getting more exercise, but in this book it goes into the benefits of not only being more physically fit, but also more mentally fit. It’s a smart book, citing lots of facts and statistics, but also has real life examples. It has been meticulously researched, and hits home a hard point that for longevity and health, you need to be more active