A treadmill may work for your indoor walking/running. Jumping rope is great exercise as are good quality mini trampolines, and stationary bikes too.
If you don't wish to make that big an investment, do you have a DVD player , VCR or cable TV? There are fitness tapes and videos you can buy or get from the library. There are also cable stations that run exercise shows all day long. If you work out with one of those for 30 minutes a day that would be something.
Denise Austin has an indoor walk DVD for about 10 dollars. It's the equivalent of a mile walk in 15 minutes and ahs several workouts on it.
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