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Will Improving Coordination Make You Smarter?

Summary: Is it possible to become smarter by improving your coordination?
Air Date: May 16, 2013
Duration: 10 Minutes
Host: Dr. Michael Smith, MD
Guest Bio: Brad Evans
Brad Evans is an entrepreneur and inventor of the CORBAG (Coordination Punching Bag) - a device which moves unpredictably, engages the user’s executive functions and builds neuromuscular coordination. In September 2012 he was awarded a U.S. Patent for his new design.

Brad is currently working with Mt. San Antonio College to develop a physical therapy program utilizing the new technology and the University of Georgia to investigate the relationship between using CORBAG and children’s intelligence. In 2010 he founded Coordination Technologies, LLC. a company that specializes in finding simple solutions to complex problems. Before starting his company Brad worked as an executive recruiter for top financial companies, as a lighting engineer for Gammalux Systems and earned a B.S. in Global Politics from California State University, Los Angeles.
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Will Improving Coordination Make You Smarter?
Is it possible to become smarter by improving your coordination? According to Brad Evans, inventor of the Coordination Punching Bag, it is.

Brad Evans is an entrepreneur and inventor of the CORBAG (Coordination Punching Bag) - a device which moves unpredictably, engages the user’s executive functions and builds neuromuscular coordination.

In September 2012 he was awarded a U.S. Patent for his new design.

With the University of Georgia's help, Brad is investigating the possible link between coordination and intelligence.

Brad joins Dr. Mike and explains how his CORBAG works, as well as the coordination-intelligence link.

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