Case Study - Peter

After 11 sessions (4 months of 1 session per week) Peter had improvements on standardized scores of:

  • Verbal short-term memory: 30% increase (30th percentile to 64th percentile)
  • Simple Attention: 21% increase (30th to 77th)
  • Visual long-term memory: 17% increase (79th to 84th)
  • Complex Attention: 11% increase (63rd to 86th)
  • Motor speed: 8% increase (73rd to 88th)
  • Cognitive flexibility: 7% increase (66th to 81st)
  • Executive functioning: 6% increase (68th to 81st)

Emotional Positive Affect

Peter saw dramatic increases in Alertness, Attention and self accomplishment. This benefits the argument where exercise can aid mental well being and in some cases provide an alternative to medication.

Cognitive Performance

Overall Peter saw consistent gains across the board especially across Verbal memory, reaction time and speed. Greater gains have been experienced when the user participates in 3 sessions per week. Peter participated just once a week, below the recommended exposure.

Emotional Negative Affect

Peter saw a drastic reduction in nervousness, guilt and guilt. Our data across the board illustrates how exercise has many benefits to emotional benefit by exercising the body and brain (amygdala).


Peter saw a remarkable gain in simple attention with an above average gain. The prefrontal cortex known as the inferior frontal junction (IFJ) controls visual processing areas that are fine tuned for object-based attention, and spatial attention.

Heart Rate Zone

The above illustrates that Peter's HR is in the ideal zone for neurotrophic gain relating to the growth of neurons in the brain.

Motor Speed

All of the body’s voluntary movements are controlled by the brain. One of the brain areas most involved in controlling these voluntary movements is the motor cortex. Peter saw impressive gains helping him with everyday tasks.