What light exercise to do?

Discussion in 'Exante' started by mrsbroadside, 13 February 2014 Social URL.

  1. mrsbroadside

    mrsbroadside Full Member

    As I'm on TS plus I I know not to push the exercise thing too much in the first two weeks, but what do you all do? Is it walking, yoga, exercise bike?

    I'm looking for ideas and successes to give me some ideas.
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  3. smidge87

    smidge87 Rubenesque

    Walking is great exercise, and it's free ;)
  4. Darcy15

    Darcy15 This is my year

    Walking and exercise bike for me :)

    Plan to swim when the weather picks up :D
  5. mo53

    mo53 Gold Member

    Hello. I'm 60 and have started going to the gym for the first time in my life!! Lol. I found it quite nervewracking the first time but the lady doing the induction was brilliant. But I must say I prefer swimming. I've been swimming 4 or 5 times a week since November for at least an hour a session. I'm sure that it has been this that has helped me lose two inches off my waist.
  6. Quassi75

    Quassi75 Member

    Walk the dog at good pace for about 30 - 50 mins a day
  7. Tinky

    Tinky Full Member

    I've been doing yoga, I was a bit worried it'd be too much (I never exercise) but I waited until my third week before I started, and so far it's been fine. Really enjoying it :)
  8. mrsbroadside

    mrsbroadside Full Member

    Thanks everyone! I was thinking about exercise dvd's etc but then the dog always looks at me with his big brown eyes, so now the mornings are a bit lighter, I think I'm going to take him out for 45mins each morning.
  9. Tinky

    Tinky Full Member

    That sounds like a plan, you and the dog win!
  10. smidge87

    smidge87 Rubenesque

    I always do 30 mins at the gym in the morning then a 15 min walk to work. Starting off the day with exercise really gives me a boost and allows me to be lazy in the evenings when I've been at work all day :)

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