This topic contains 7 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Debi Wilson 8 months, 4 weeks ago.

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  • #12688
     Debi Wilson 
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    It can only take five or ten minutes of exercise a day to improve your health!

    How do you keep moving? What exercise have you found that is MS friendly? Do you feel better after exercising?

    https://www.nbcnews.com/better/health/do-5-minute-workouts-really-work-ncna895751

     

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  • #12707
     Debi Wilson 
    Member

    I agree Brad, walking is the best. My walking is slow and limited, but it is still great exercise. Thanks for the reminder!

  • #12711
     Jacqueline 
    Participant

    We live in a ” luxury ” parkhome where my bedroom , en-suite is at the far end, the living room the opposite end, which is quite lengthy….so with my now regular bladder emptying ( hot weather – extra water drinking ) this is where my daily exercise is coming from…walking backwards and forwards, a rather long walk  from the lounge, through the kitchen, past the office, another loo, a second bedroom, my bedroom, turn left into the en – suite…When you are doing this almost every few minutes…so once again turning a negative into a positive…

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by  Jacqueline.
  • #12713
     Debi Wilson 
    Member

    Yes, that does sound like quite a work out! I like how you find the positive in a negative situation, Jackie. Good for you!

  • #12718
     Jacqueline 
    Participant

    Debi, I might be making light of you subject topic but, this has now become part of my daily ritual and reality…Of course your subject topic maybe referring to a spiritual nature such as taking five minutes out for anything spiritually connected such as meditating….( can that be done in five minutes? )….As for my approach of turning negatives into a positive…what other choices do we have?…

     

    Jackie…

  • #12738
     Debi Wilson 
    Member

    I think moving or walking of any kind is great. I am limited in my activity so I count everything. 😀
    And time spent of a spiritual or meditating nature is always helpful!

  • #13224
     Mary-Marleen 
    Participant

    Yes, I too believe walking is the best. Keep active.  I walk around the house many steps a day, many that is according to this daily battle.  I daily do stretches, some squats, some resistance ribbons, and every other day play around a bit with a 2lb or 5lb weight.  I always feel much better and stronger after just a couple of minutes of what I call my work out.

  • #13225
     Debi Wilson 
    Member

    Good for you, Mary! Sounds like you have a great routine!

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