Dynamic activities like climbing a tree could be a simple way to improve your working memory, new research suggests.

Researchers from the University of North Florida found that proprioceptively dynamic activities, meaning activities that require awareness of the position of different body parts and strength to complete movement, are linked to benefits of an individual’s working memory, as reported by Softpedia. These activities could include anything from climbing a tree to balancing on a beam.

Researchers also found that it doesn’t take much time to reap the benefits, as just a few minutes of such activity can produce beneficial effects on working memory.

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