Start simple. When you're getting started, the important thing is consistency, not intensity. Build up a habit, and work from that, and build up your strength and endurance as you do so. If you jump into an intense boot camp class with no stamina, you're going to risk injury, burnout, and exhaustion. And you're going to dread it.
But start small, with a daily walk, and you're going to be incorporating exercise into your routine slowly! Make a plan. DOn't just "play it by ear", set goals and milestones, and earmarks for improvement.
For example, aim for a daily 10 minute walk. Doable, right? When you get used to that, say, for two weeks, increase it to 20 minutes. Once you've gotten used to that, 30. Throw in 10 minutes of strength training three times a week. Aim to do one new video a week.
Make your goals specific, measurable, and attainable. Bite sized chunks!
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