f you’re feeling a bit sluggish today, just two minutes of exercise could give your brain a boost, a new study shows. CNN reports that researchers from Jönköping University in Sweden analyzed a range of 13 studies into the effects of exercise on people aged 18-35 conducted by scientists between 2009 and 2019 and concluded that between two minutes and one hour of aerobic exercise — such as running, walking or cycling — improves learning and memory functions in young adults. The researchers said there was a connection between exercise and “learning ability,” which suggests that exercising before you work or study could be beneficial — though they said more research was needed to identify “optimal exercise strategies”.