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The "I Hate to Exercise" Book for People with Diabetes: Turn Everyday Home Activities into a Low-impact Fitness Plan You'll Love

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  • I think I saw this concern addressed on your blog, but I am not sure. I hate to exercise. There is something in me that just makes me want to cry when I have to do it. I never feel good after I do it. What is the answer? Desperately wanting to exercise, but just can’t.

    “I hate to exercise.” How many times have I heard these words from patients and others? How many times have I said them myself? I hear them less frequently today, now that exercise has become stylish. City streets are filled with joggers and cyclists, people flock to spas and health clubs, and whole new classes of professionals have sprung up, such as exercise physiologists, sports medicine doctors, fitness advisers, and aerobics instructors, and personal trainers. Nevertheless, I still meet many people who think that exercise is only for athletes, and many others who go about exercise in ways more likely to lead to harm than to healthy living. I also hear and read a great deal of confusing, contradictory, and unhelpful information on this subject.

  • You wrote everything I would advise – I couldn’t say it better. WALKING was how I started 25 years ago. Not cool: I pursued it in stealth off campus, but it started a revolution… Gosh, my husband still goads me about how I hated exercise so much at the start of college, and as a result was so out of shape, I couldn’t even walk up the hill on his street without resting!

    “I hate to exercise.” How many times have I heard these words from patients and others? How many times have I said them myself? I hear them less frequently today, now that exercise has become stylish. City streets are filled with joggers and cyclists, people flock to spas and health clubs, and whole new classes of professionals have sprung up, such as exercise physiologists, sports medicine doctors, fitness advisers, and aerobics instructors, and personal trainers. Nevertheless, I still meet many people who think that exercise is only for athletes, and many others who go about exercise in ways more likely to lead to harm than to healthy living. I also hear and read a great deal of confusing, contradictory, and unhelpful information on this subject.

    Guest More than 1 year ago
    I hate to exercise, I love to tap is easy to follow, Bonnie Franklin teaches in a clear and simple way. I started dancing almost at once, it is such an enjoyable video, I keep going back to it, and spend hours practicing. love it!!!!

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    I think I saw this concern addressed on your blog, but I am not sure. I hate to exercise. There is something in me that just makes me want to cry when I have to do it. I never feel good after I do it. What is the answer? Desperately wanting to exercise, but just can’t.

The "I Hate to Exercise" Book for People With Diabetes (Paperback ...

Like you, I hate exercise, but I have decided it is the word itself that I don't like. To me, exercise is difficult calisthenics, which I abhor, but actually, exercise is just movement, whether it's walking, heavy cleaning, bike riding, golf, or maybe even strenuous Black Friday shopping.