The Washington Post
May 2, 2020 - 7 min
Does our newfound sedentism mean we have become lazier? Decidedly not. "Does the prospect of enduring a second lockdown feel like deja vu all over again? And are you worried about its renewed effects on your body? I am. To cope with the monotony and strain of confinement, my family did a lot of stress-baking, but my biggest problem was being too sedentary." Harvard professor Daniel E. Lieberman explains in the Guardian how evolutionary psychology can help us exert ourselves.