Saturday, January 21, 2012

Exercise: Who has time?

I am going back to swimming tomorrow. I am not sure it will be enough, though.

My legs are quite useless, worse than they were even a year ago. I have started modest exercises, by which I mean exercises that don't take up hours.

But when I wake up in the middle of the night, I can hardly straighten my leg. And it's not because Claren is sleeping on it or anything. It is like the comforter is too heavy.

I suppose I could exercise if I were wealthy and didn't need to work. But not sure how to fit it in otherwise. I could start exercising, not napping, after work. Of course, the naps are needed for the same reason the exercise is: I am so disabled.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe a few minutes every day?

Anonymous said...

I totally understand your situation. I know that I should do more yoga breathing exercises each day, but the day basically gets away from me. There never seems to be enough hours. And I have some exercises that I can do when I lay down in the afternoon, but I am too tired to do it. All I can say is that you just do the best you can. And even if it is a few minutes of exercise, it is better than nothing.
sdt

Matt Trott said...

I do a few minutes daily. Not sure if that's enough.

Anonymous said...

it is never enough, but, hey, we do what we can.better than nothing.
sdt

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