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"Caroline Williams has created a true movement manifesto that made me want to get out of my chair. In fact, I read this amazing book while riding a stationary bike! Move is a brilliantly crafted guidebook to better health for everyone, backed by science and common sense. Williams uses painstaking research, along with emotional hooks to bring the reader to the most logical conclusion: we all need to prioritize movement in our lives."--Charlie Engle, ultramarathoner and author of Running Man: A Memoir
"I have always found that working in my garden gives me a great feeling are of well-being and now, thanks to Caroline Williams, I am understanding why. The explanations in Move of the science behind connections between the brain and movement are well researched, understandable, and fascinating. So now when I'm weeding in the garden, I'll also be dancing, stretching, and breathing. My plants might not appreciate this, but my body will."--Penny Le Couteur, author of Napoleon's Buttons: How 17 Molecules Changed History "In this rigorously reported and entertaining account, Williams offers a genuinely new perspective on the links between how we move and how we think and feel, forcing us to rethink our assumptions about the distinction between body and mind.--Alex Hutchinson, author of Endure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance "Our bodies are designed to be in motion, and our minds suffer when they aren't. Move is science writing at its absolute best: lucid, informative, authoritative, fascinating--and very very important."--Guy Claxton, author of Intelligence in the Flesh "I found so many jewels of information and advice in the pages of this wonderful book. I see Move as a cross between Yuval Harari's Sapiens and Matthew Walker's Why We Sleep, juxtaposing the history and science behind how simple strategies of moving and breathing, things most of us take for granted, can quell inflammation and improve our wellness. Caroline Williams' inquisitive but incredulous nature allows her to shepherd the reader on this enjoyable journey, exploring how we can all lead a more fulfilling and healthier life. Definitely pick up this book. It will help change the way you spend your days, and change your outlook on life!"--Joshua Mezrich, M.D., author of When Death Becomes Life: Notes from a Transplant Surgeon "A letter to an 'I think, therefore I am' culture that knows our bodies need exercise, but imagines our minds as somehow separate. Williams reveals ways folks can reconnect their mind to body, and their body to movement. Even if you already 'get' that exercise makes you feel better, Moveenhances the picture so you can see how the researched details fit together.--Katy Bowman, M.S., bestselling author of Move Your DNA

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