Our expert says:
Difficult one - can you afford to get a treadmill? Would you have the space for one? That would be the best bet, because it's also a 'platform' for you to launch into a summer routine of maybe walking outside, even if it's only on weekends when you have more time. SO a treadmill is the most functional, and Sportsmans Warehouses sell them.
This would allow you to start implementing the biokineticist's recommendations but won't shut off your options down the line. If you got a strider or some other device, the concern is that you'd get bored with it and never be able to progress to being outside, even if it's only in summer.
Final point - it's really helpful if you can find someone to join you. Exercise is tough, especially at first, but if you do it together, then you and a friend can motivate one another and really go a long way to making sure you succeed!
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