I work in an office and need to excersice more often but find it hard to find that balance between too much and not enough. I can't afford to over do it.
We invested in a treadmill from a yard sale a few months ago. It is good for when you feel like doing some light walking but not sure how far you can go - that way you're not stuck out in the elements with pain and jelly legs.
You have to start slowly. I started my exercises with only a count of 5 and a year later I m up to a court of 15. Walked only half a block now a block. You have to gradually do things. Exercises do make me feel better
My doctor suggested I walk daily. I tried that and my leg would sometimes go out and I'd have to try and ride my son's bike home... Small bike, not ideal... Embarrassing even. I found that walking even around the block twice or three times a day was just too much for me... I'd be down in bed a few days after 2-4 days out walking. My doctor did not really recommend this but I got a lil trampoline/rebounder. I started very slow... Just less than 2 minutes a day. I now do about 5-15 minutes a day and if I get sore I just walk to my couch and sit down. It has not put me down in bed since I started 2-3 months ago. I did start very slow though.
I do stretch exercises, a little yoga, a little weight lifting and about 15 mins. Walking about 3ti 4 days a week .
I do stretches and core exrrcises lying in bed. The core exercises i learnrd in physical thetapy for my back. If you have back problems it is good to stregthen yiur core. It helps the muscles keep myvspine in alignment. Even walking is good for our bodies. Just dont overdue it.