Our expert says:
There are some home-based programmes on the site, at this link:
Most involve some form of exercise that is easier to do outdoors, or failing this, you have to look at investing in an indoor bicycle or treadmill to use (especially if we're talking night exercise here).
I think the key is that you need a programme, and what would really help is to find other people to do this with you. Is there any chance, for example, that you can train during a lunch-hour at work, with one or two colleagues? Or with friends after your daily activities are done? Or squeeze 30 minutes of exercise in before you have all the home-activities to do? The other people are the best source of inspiration by far, and it's really vital that you stick with this once you start.
Those programmes will provide the start, but you really need to have a source of motivation, because I fear that even home-based training will be too easy to bypass - it's just too convenient, and if you can get some training in before work, during lunch, or before the end-of-day fatigue, then you'll be far more likely to succeed.
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