Everyone who spends time in the gym knows that it is hard to find the motivation to keep going

A recent study suggests that this lack of motivation may be the result of brain fatigue.

According to a study from the University of Pennsylvania, people experiencing “brain fatigue” have less energy and feel more exhausted than usual. The study was conducted by administering a cognitive ability test and measuring participants’ brain waves. Those who were in “the zone” were able to complete tasks with ease and had high levels of cognitive activation – their brains were working at full capacity – while those experiencing brain fatigue had lower levels of activity and concentration.

Today’s gym is not just about working out and getting that ripped body. It’s also a social gathering place where people can work on their mental health, connect with old friends or make new ones.

Today, gyms have become a popular fixture in the lives of many people. They are necessary places for people to work on their mental health, connect with old friends or make new ones. There are many benefits to working out in a social environment as well as for your personal life.

“In recent years, one of the most popular types of exercise has been cardio workouts such as running and cycling—with good reason.”

There are many benefits from taking part in cardio workouts such as improving cardiovascular health and reducing risk for diabetes and stroke. In addition, these types of workouts make people feel less stressed leading to better moods.