Inspiration for Your Brain- “Never leave the playground!”
This man is amazing and inspiring . . . and mostly barefoot!
I had to watch the YouTube video of Stephen Jepson’s story more than once. He’s in his early 70s and has a great zeal for life. The video shows him hopping across rocks barefoot, walking a slack rope, riding his elliptical bike, climbing a vertical ladder supported by guide wires, and throwing knives.
Stephen Jepson is a learning theorist, inventor, athlete, artist, and a kid at heart who has turned his property into a playground. His key to a long and healthy life is play.
He says in the video, “My memory has become absolutely intense since beginning to do all these things” and he never falls. During his playground activities, he alternates between his dominant and non-dominant hand and foot. All of the activities shown, like playing jacks, stick flipping, and juggling on a Bongo board, are helping him build neural pathways, grow new brain…
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