NSINGLE1, do you work outside the home? If so, try walking on your morning and afternoon breaks. Most employees have 10 to 15 minutes each break and you can try walking around the building, the hallways, etc. That is how I started doing my cardio and now I normally walk 60 minutes everyday while at work, by walking on my breaks and lunch break (I then eat my lunch at my desk, with the expectation of being intrupted).
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That's OK. I find it easier to get up a little earlier and get the cardio in before breakfast. Then it is done and I can get on with my normal routine. That was how it started anyway. Now I am working out cardio and strength training every morning before work. Hope you find something that works for you. You can do it. I have faith in you.
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