So many of my columns are focused on exercise and nutrition. Nearly every lawyer I know these days needs motivation and a plan to move more and eat better. But this month I want to slow it down a bit.

Just like reviewing a tough case, we need to take an integrative, 360-degree approach to wellness. While it’s true we need to move more, we also need to move better. And while “abs are made in the kitchen,” if we aren’t tending to our bodies’ rest and regeneration needs we can end up with pain, injuries, poor posture, fatigue, sickness and a load of other problems. One of the most helpful things I’ve learned as a couch is to address not only movement/exercise and nutrition but also the equally important recovery.

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