Hello- I weight about 275 lbs. I have always been interested in running/jogging as a hobby but A- I have no motivation. and B- I have asthma and even walking up the stairs winds me. I am wondering if anyone has any tips for either obstacle and if anyone has overcome them.
I think it's always a good idea to consult your family doctor when you're considering starting a new exercise plan. I have asthma too by the way. Your doctor can suggest some exercise you can do. Personally, I wouldn't do any running or jogging until you have discussed this with your doctor. Running and jogging can put a strain on your heart. You also have to do warm up exercises before you jog. Your doctor may suggest that walking on a treadmill may be a good start seeing as you have asthma issues as do I. Maybe just walking for a few minutes a day would be a good beginning. Your family doctor can advise you best as he knows your medical history. I wish you well.
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