Be careful when exercising during the middle of the day.
If you are a walker, but it is too cold, icey, pouring rain, or even too hot to walk outside,10-15 minutes walking up and down stairs is about equal to a 30 minute walk on level ground. Always walk down the stairs at a normal pace, one step at a time. (Most stair accidents happen on the way down.) But vary your up-the-stairs walk by taking one step or two at a time, walk up sideways, right side first, then left side, or even run up the stairs. But... (click title for more info)
In high school, I played volleyball. I never forgot how my arms hurt when coach made us do "sets" against the wall, 100 at a time. It occurred to me 20 years later, that I could get a volleyball and do them on my own. I do 100 sets during the commercials every evening. It's fun for me.
I love the burst of energy that I get after working out! I have "Walk Away the Pounds" (Leslie Sansone), PodRunner Intervals, and 5K101.com. I have no excuse to NOT get my workouut in. Rain, sleet, snow, extreme heat.... bring it on! I have my tools for a sustainable indoor and outdoor workout plan.
. I don't like taking a lot of time at once to do strength exercises, so I do it a little bit at a time during the day. Every time I go to the bathroom at work I do 15 wall push ups. Every time I wake up the stairs I do 15 calf raises