Exercises make workers productiveAccording to a presented research at the 52nd American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee, the quality of work, time management, and mental performance of workers is better on days when they exercise before arriving at their workplace.

It was found during the study that workers, after exercises, return to work more tolerant and more forgiving to themselves and others. The study also indicated that as much as 65 percent of workers showed improvements in areas of managing time and output demands in addition to a more stable mental and interpersonal performance when they exercised before coming to office.

As per lead researcher Jim McKenna, Ph.D., there is a plan in pipeline for the university employees, which is based on the study findings.