Big Law life is not exactly conducive to maintaining a healthy exercise regime. I mean, when you have to choose between going home to see your baby for five minutes before she falls asleep and putting in a mile on the StairMaster, it is difficult (for some) to opt for climbing in place.

These days everyone knows you have to do some sort of physical activity to avoid sudden death and to “live well, be well and thrive.” Finding the time to squeeze in a few reps is difficult, however, when you are trying to hit your billable requirements, put out fires or finish your riveting analysis of the new Patent Office rules.

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