Lisa doing yoga

How the Abrams Landau Law Team Is Staying Active During the Coronavirus Quarantine

Many people all over the world have found themselves at home significantly more than they’re used to due to having to quarantine or isolate and social distance in response to varying degrees of COVID-19 instigated stay-at-home orders. The Herndon, Virginia law firm Abrams Landau has physically closed its office in response. Fortunately, we are prepared and able to all work at home remotely during this time.

Despite the extreme circumstances we’ve all found ourselves in, the Abrams Landau law team emphasizes the importance of finding ways to still stay active while at home for physical and mental wellbeing. We may have to get creative to make the most of what we have and technology can be a big help as well.

So, here are some of the ways the Abrams Landau team has been staying healthy, fit and active (and sane!) during social isolation:


Walking Our Dogs

Rachel walking her dogs
Paralegal Rachel Hirsch walks her dogs Des and Mini
Beatriz walks her dog
Senior paralegal Beatriz Vargas walks her dog Dozer around the neighborhood










Doing Yoga

Lisa doing yoga
Legal assistant and intake specialist Lisa Goldman does yoga in her backyard
Stephanie doing yoga
Education/Marketing Director Stephanie Yoon does yoga in her basement













Using Home Gym Equipment

Doug working out
Attorney Doug Landau uses an indoor rower to stay in shape. Normally an avid triathlete, to not lose his competitive edge, he’ll watch past Olympic crew races on his laptop to pretend he is racing
Lisa working out
You can use something as simple as resistance bands like Lisa is to add some more weight and resistance to your workouts











Going outside

Melissa biking outside
Bookkeeper Melissa Landau will bike indoors on a stationary bike and sometimes outdoors, depending on the weather
Lisa walking outside
Lisa will walk her dog Bear regularly but also finds time for a good old walk on her own













We hope you all are staying safe and healthy. Click here for a helpful New York Times article on simple steps you can take for exercise, health and self-care during this time.