NO PROBLEMO - as I simply decide in my heart to IMPROVISE, ADAPT AND OVERCOME.
I have a new job delivering auto parts for one of the local auto stores. I simply take 1 min 3 or 4 times a day between part runs to do 15-20 squats until I have completed 50-60 squats during my shift. I am NOT able to do them with the 20 pound dumb bells at work of course, however on those 3 or 4 days I work, I still get 50 or 60 squats in and I do the walking and push ups, abdominal exercises etc. before I go to work (if it is the afternoon shift) or after I come home if it is a morning shift.
This accomplishes two things for me:
- I still get the 50 or 60 full squats in for that day, which DOES make a positive difference in my blood glucose readings
- It keeps me motivated and on track so I do not come home and just collapse with a bowl of popcorn in front of the TV and say, "I am just too darn tired to exercise today"
Trust me, it is important and it works. I tell myself, "Everyone has the exact same 24 hours in a day". It doesn't matter whether you are rich or poor, self motivated or a couch potato. What matters is that you do it and then the good exercise becomes a habit and your body will thank you for it.
|It is NOT how many times you fall or get knocked down that is important. It is what you do after you get up.|