World Health Organization, May 2019: Eat Well, Exercise More. New Global Guidelines To Reduce Risk of Dementia.

Time Magazine, July 2017: Why Hiking Is the Perfect Mind-Body Workout

Knowridge Science Report, November 24, 2018: For Older People, Weight Training More Important Than Cardio

NY Times, October 24, 2018: Even a 10-Minute Walk May Be Good For The Brain

Outside Magazine, September 10, 2018: Walking Might Be The Best Exercise There Is

TIME Magazine, September 4, 2018: Do This Kind Of Exercise If You Want To Live Longer

Medical News Today, May 2018: How Using Your Legs Keeps Your Brain Healthy

Parade Magazine, April 6, 2018: Up To One-Third of Dementia Cases Can Be Delayed or Prevented

American Academy of Neurology, March 2018: Physically Fit Women Nearly 90% Less Likely To Develop Dementia, November 2017: The Brain Changing Benefits of Exercise

Healthzette, March 2016: CEO Martin Pazzani and Act!vate Brain & Body in The Grave Risks of Inactivity   Act!vate Brain & Body Named “Tech Company To Watch” for Third Consecutive Year

NY Times, July 31, 2015: Hitting the Gym and the Trails, Looking to Extend the Golden Years

TIME Magazine, July 23, 2015: How Exercise Helps Curb Alzheimer's Symptoms

Associated Press, July 23, 2015: Exercise good for brain, even for those with Alzheimer's

Prevention Magazine, August 2015: Two Sleep Positions That Could Increase Alzheimer's Risk

Medium, Re-Engineering Fitness As Upstream Preventive Healthcare

Act!vate Brain & Body CEO Martin Pazzani, Former fitness club executive re-engineering fitness for ages 50+

Senior Care Authority, 50+ Brain and Body Fitness

Profit After 50 Interview, Act!vate Brain & Body CEO Martin Pazzani on Riding a Tidal Wave of Demographic Change