If cardio and these kinds of workouts don't work for you. You can try yoga, pilates, stretching. Maybe you will like those.
Well I'm not sure but what I will do is probably just go out for a walk maybe 3 or two times a week or/and ride my bike in a park or just ride it.I would do this because at least I'm going outside for a bit.
I’m not sure how to answer as I personally love exercise, but tend to get really unmotivated. A trick that might work is starting small with something like stretching and building to walking etc etc. The biggest thing is finding exercises you like as doing exercise you dislike will only have you stray further.
I'm not big on going to the gym so I bought workout bands from Amazon for about $50. There are youtube videos that show you how to use them in different ways and essentially get a full-body workout. I also have started doing more outdoors like long walks and bike rides, which helps a lot. In the winter I used an elliptical I bought used, but you could also try a rowing machine, which is inexpensive and takes up less space. I also do yoga occasionally these days. Essentially, as long as I move my body for 30-60 minutes a day, 3-4 days a week, then I consider it a win, whether I go to a gym or not. Hope this helps, good luck on your journey!
- Can you recommend a 30 minute exercise program for everyday use?
- What is your favorite exercise and how early do you like to wake up before you go to work?
- What do you find to be the best time of day to fit in exercise as a working person?
- How do you stay motivated to exercise in the mornings and how do you celebrate?
- How do you vary your workouts so that you build all types of fitness and not just overdo one aspect such as too much cardio and not enough strength or flexibility or vice versa?
- How do you make your exercise fun?
- How do you motivate yourself to exercise when you are tired?
- I have trouble prioritizing so that exercise doesn’t get missed. What have you found to be helpful for getting exercise in every day?
- Should you exercise before you eat or after? The habits when you first start go from water to healthy breakfast then exercise. I don’t remember seeing anything that suggested exercise after water then eating a good breakfast, but that’s what I’ve been doing because it makes more sense to me.
- What type of exercise routine are you following?