A TALKING HEAD ON TV was just saying that a change in location often enervates you. It's a cool word, but it doesn't mean what he thinks. He was looking for energize, as in the bunny. A person often gets energized by a change of scenery. Enervate means "to weaken or destroy the strength or vitality of."
I JUST FOUND this headline on NYTimes.com: Steelers' Colon May Miss Season With Achilles Injury. That sounds like two body parts, not a person (tackle Willie Colon).
Instead of using the name in the headline, they probably should have said Steelers' Tackle May Miss Season With Achilles Injury.