When I was in the Army, I ran almost every day. When I was in the Reserves, I ran almost every day. When I retired, I quit that bullshit. Running sucks.
I went to the Doctor today and he tells me that I've got to make some lifestyle modifications. Get some exercise, lose a little weight, get my blood sugar down below 5.9. If I don't, as that hemoglobin A1C creeps up toward 6.5, diabetes looms on my horizon. We've tried diet, but he tells me I need to start moving, get some exercise.
I thought I was through with that crap. But, having been a soldier, I know how to do a personal PT program that doesn't require a gym membership. The state of Louisiana still has roads, and I need roadwork. This time it isn't so that I can meet some arbitrary standard for unit fitness. This time it's so that I can keep aggravating the crap out of people who richly deserve it, which is an altogether admirable goal. So, as much as I hate PT, it looks like it's going to become a part of my daily regimen. Damn it all to hell. I will NOT pay a gym, so anyone who suggests such a thing can forget that crap.
God, I hate PT.