At the moment, given my current weight and ridiculous yet destroying heart fears, I'll probably just try and up my walking - do a little more, increase the pace. We have a couple of dogs, and taking them out always seems like a good workout. I'm very lucky to live right on the banks of the Thames river, and it's a beautiful walk for about 5 miles up once the English summer finally arrives! It's quite saddening that I used to walk the 10 mile round trip, and am now reduced to meek shuffles to the postbox!
Once I have my weight a little more under control, and am feeling more comfortable, there are a couple of things I'd like to try. One is to join a martial arts class; my sister, who is autistic and has diabetes so is on a bit of a weight-loss kick herself, simply loves doing it, but she needs somebody to go along with her. I'd also like to make use of the free gym membership that the doctor gave me. We have a brilliant leisure centre about 2 miles down the road. I could walk up there in the morning, do an hour of something fun, have breakfast there and then walk home :)