Lucy Cheke and her colleagues at the University of Cambridge recently invited a few participants into her lab for a kind of ‘treasure hunt’.
The participants navigated a virtual environment on a computer screen, dropping off various objects along their way. They then answered a series of questions to test their memory of the task, such as where they had hidden a particular object.
When examining what might have influenced their performance, you might expect that Cheke would have been more concerned with the participant’s IQ – not their waistline. Yet she found a clear relationship between their Body Mass Index – a measure of your weight relative to your height – and apparent memory deficits: the higher a participant’s BMI, the worse they performed on the Treasure Hunt task.

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“22”
AMRAP 22:
22 Wallballs (20/14#)
22 Power Snatch (75/55#)
22 Box Jumps (24/20″)
22 Push Press (75/55#)
22 Calorie Row

Strength: 3 per arm Turkish get up. Increase weight each time.

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