Seriously, this is the very easiest way to start your couch-reduced life. As a matter of fact, walking was what convinced me of the extreme value of exercise on my diabetes.
This is how easy it is to start… get out of your chair, walk to the front door, open the front door, pass through your front door, find a sidewalk or street that is safe to walk on, start walking, finish walking, go back to your front door, open your front door, pass through your front door, close your front door, now resume your seated position. Read more
Yesterday, I had a really, really tough day trying to motivate myself to walk, run, anything at all!
It was a perfect storm day, very messy with all my excuses being sent up like a bottle rockets deluging the gods of inertia. I was a veritable excuse factory, and the production line was humming away, hitting new output levels. Read more
Sooooo, I know from many studies that exercise greatly improves a diabetic’s glucose management.
Yet I hate to exercise.
This is why I wrote the book 42 Ways to Motivate the Sedentary Diabetic to Actually Exercise.
I actually wrote it for myself in an effort to get my sedentary, non-exercise-inclined self off the couch and out the door on a daily basis.
For those reading this who may suffer like me from extreme-exercise-aversion, take hope! There is at least one more just like you on this planet … me!
I intend to write new posts in this blog at least a couple of times a week with the intention of igniting a rocket under your couch that will zoom you out the front door. Check back frequently or better yet, sign up for this to be delivered to you when new updates occur.
Just for today, if you have been chained to your couch, chair, whatever, get up and walk one minute today.