WTG on keeping up with the pool & PT!
I'm just taking a guess here, but...your activity levels have been lowered for so long with all that you've been through I suspect it will take some time for you to recover your stamina to levels that are more satisfying.
My hunch is that 1) consistency of effort is going to be very important, 2) starting with smaller "chunks" of activity multiple times a day will be the best way to go, 3) I don't think you want to push yourself to a point of fatigue that is unpleasant...as that will likely undo your efforts to be more consistent.
Sound out your PT on this...seems like they might have some suggestions...? Or how about PT's out there on our Team...any thoughts, Dave...? :-)
In a nutshell, slow, steady, consistent yet shorter time frames with (if possible) multiple things you can tackle throughout your day. In time, I'm betting you'll revive your stamina to be able to stitch these chunks of effort together into longer sessions.
GL & keep at it!
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