I'm lazy so I started with Body by Science, 10 minutes a week? I can do that, plus the two minutes HIT on my rowing machine. Then I thought about saving time by doing something at home rather than walking 25 minutes to the gym. Sold the rowing machine for £600, bought a pull up/dips tower for £40 and looked out the set of weights I had lying around unused. That was fine but then I wanted something I could do anywhere with absolutely no kit. Enter Al Kavadlo's Pushing the Limits book. Now I walk the mile or so to town five days a week and bring home shopping in a rucksack and do my PtL exercise once or twice a week, plus doing some push ups before I shave in the morning.
Originally Posted by jammies
I still don't like doing exercise but appreciate what the little I partake of is doing for my health. My resting pulse is now down to about 50.
Why use a sledge hammer to crack a nut when a steam roller is even more effective, and, is fun to drive.