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Busy lawyers spend the bulk of their days sitting at their desks, in court, on planes or in cars. Even the most disciplined can struggle finding enough time to stretch, do cardio and lift weights—all of which we know improve mobility, reduce pain and improve brain performance, not to mention improve the way we look and feel.

When they do find time to move, they often don’t realize their exercises are keeping them exclusively in one “plane of motion.” Most lawyers need more planes of motion training in their workouts. But what does that mean? 

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