I've been walking 6 or 7 days a week for 20-40 minutes for a while now, and it has become a pleasant part of my routine. I don't think I would go so far as to say that I love it, but I do enjoy it. I think it's a good stress reliever. My son, the fitness buff, mentioned that I should do something more challenging. My knee jerk reaction is that I'm content with the status quo. He hates when I use the "content" word. It is his opinion that we should never be content; we should always be challenging our fitness level and looking for ways to eat healthier.
Quite a number of years back, I did Tae-bo DVD's with a fair amount of frequency. I'm not very coordinated, so the first challenge was to figure out how to do all of the steps! I found one of my old DVD's and I did that last night. I did better than I thought! Even though I've lost quite a bit of weight, I'm still much heavier than I was when I was using the DVD on a regular basis. I remembered how to do most of it, and I was able to complete most of the DVD. I still don't know that I'm ready for it yet. I had to modify some of it, and (warning....too much information ahead.......) if I want to start doing this on a regular basis I would need to purchase a good sports bra because everything is far too jiggly!!!
I know....excuses, excuses. I haven't decided yet if I will continue walking but increase the intensity and/or time or if I will incorporate Tae-bo into my routine.