I once heard a trainer tell someone to just get dressed to work out, even if they don't work out. Then, after doing that for a few days they found that they wanted to do some, even a small amount of exercise. Soon after, they were exercising on a regular basis. I think it's that preparing part that got them going.
hi, we all know exercise is good for us, for me to get in the mood, I'll start with some nice easy yoga, if I really know I cant be bothered I'll put on some music....loud, and dance around the house, who cares no one knows how daft I look, and that's exercise in its self, to me anyway, I feel I've loosened up enough then to do some proper exercise, or just go for a walk and put some sprint in your step like you need to get somewhere. I'm about to decorate...does that count?? happy day all x
Dont delay action. It can save your life,amputation blindness etc. Give it a go! You have nothing to lose and all to win.
Thank you Jeremy that sounds like something I should try...appreciate the support
So, I feel the mental aspect of the disease is the 1st barrier to tackle. Once you get a handle on the lifestyle changes, changes to avoid pitfalls etc, and the eating program, then I believe as you feel better, the physical activity will become more manageable! Take it one day at a time and remember attitude is everything!! Good luck and God bless!