Because it has been getting warmer here, I have been taking walks to release some pent up energy. They really do help you feel better. My back was bothering me yesterday, and the walking actually did help. I know I should do more, but it made me feel good to do it. When it is soooo cold, it is very hard for me to exercise at all. I wake up stiff and hurt until I move around. I have had surgery on my back and I have no disc between L-5 and S-1 at all. There is no "shock absorber" there, so I have chronic pain. It amazes me that walking can help. So, my small goal is to get out and walk as much as I can. I feel good about doing what I can.
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