There's a short review of my How to Think About Exercise in the Boston Globe.
Jan Gardner writes that, instead of 'hectoring the couch potatoes among us to rise and shine,' I stress the broader mental benefits of exercise. Gardner also picks up on my discussions of Charles Darwin and novelist Haruki Murakami. Gardner ends on this note:
...if, the next time you get stuck on a problem at work, you get up and move, you’ll be taking Young’s message to heart.You can read the full review here.
(Photo: Roberto Ferrari from Campogalliano (Modena), Italy (La lunga strada))