Move Your DNA breaks down how our movements and non-movements effect our health on a cellular level. Katy Bowman has a serious gift for blending complex science into easy-to-understand "guidebooks." Her writing style is all her own, and she always manages to teach me something profound AND make me laugh. She stresses the difference between movement and exercise, and moves beyond just talking about the positions of our bodies. There's so much more going on beyond posture and alignment: joint and soft tissue adaptations, blood vessel geometry, load variability... You don't have to understand it all to benefit from Katy's insight; you just need to have a body. TAKE AWAYS: (1) if movement and body books overwhelm you with all the things you need to get or change or add in, just read ch. 8 on Rest. These are the kind of suggestions that don't require additional time, energy, or money. (2) ch. 9 on walking: nearly everyone does it, but how many really put much thought or intention into it? (3) I've been on the lookout for an appropriate-for-the-masses squat progression for awhile - thank you, Katy!!