Study: Physical fitness adds up to better math, reading achievement

03/1/2013 | WSYR-TV (Syracuse, N.Y.)

Students who exercise regularly are more likely to pass math and reading tests, compared with students who are more sedentary, according to a recent study. Researchers found that while aerobic fitness is a strong indicator of academic achievement, weight is not associated with better math and reading achievement.

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