Recently the New Zealand Air Force celebrated its 80th anniversary at the 2017 Air Tattoo. Spectators were treated to a magnificent display involving aircraft from today’s F-16 and F/A-18 jets and back through time to impeccably maintained historic aircraft including the Grumman Avenger, Harvard and Spitfire.
We all know that exercise is good for us. The experts know it's because exercise causes hippocampal neurons to pump out a protein called brain derived neurotropic factor BDNF and this helps to grow new neurons. But is brisk walking, running, cycling or rowing better for us than lifting weights?
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