Ep. 282 – The Heart and Soul of Learning Difficult Things

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Welcome to the Train Your Brain Podcast. Your host is Dr. Trayford and today he is here with producer Jason Pyles. Today is Brain Training Tip number 282 and actually Jason Pyles is going to throw us the tip today. If you’re having a hard time learning something new, slow it down. Take it more slowly to allow your brain and body to better “wrap around” the new things and act more effectively. This helps your body develop muscle memory. Thanks for listening!

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Dr. Trayford recommends John Ratey’s excellent book on exercise: Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain

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