Robinson Crusoe) but where I was in it, the howling wind lashing at my tent, even the color of the leaves when I woke up (vibrant golden yellow).
As I climbed out, I felt alive, vibrant, ready to take on the world. I thought I was simply . But there was so much more going on than that. “Research into brain health and longevity suggests that regular experience of novelty is essential to a long, happy life,” Brain World magazine writes.Especially in fitness, fads come and go—we kicked like mad for Tae Bo, set PRs like mad for CrossFit, and now we pedal like mad for Peloton.
Next month something else will consume us before we move on again. Lots of people roll their eyes at that, but they shouldn’t.