how is it the wrong section?? confessing to not liking exercise in a confessional??
Anyway, not liking exercise is a relatively common thing believe it or not. Firstly, maybe find out what it is you don't like. This could be many things. You get bored. You feel lonely. You think everyone's looking at you. You don't like being sweaty. You end up with bad pains....
Each problem has it's own solution and this will depend on YOU and what you like. For example. I always used to think people were looking at me and reacted angrily if I got puffed because I thought people were thinking bad things about me. So I recognised that fear/anger and challenged it by going out every day for a walk/jog and actually paying attention to the people around me, noticing that mostly they were oblivious to me or paid me a cursory glance.
I also have trouble exercising for the sake of exercising. It sort of seems like a chore. So I got a bike and ride to work/uni every day. It's no longer exercise, it's transport and part of my day.
The key is to identify your needs and find something to match them. You might like 'team' sports or social exercise like walking groups. Perhaps you will respond well to a personal trainer or instructor at a gym. You might fall in love with the calm and peaceful world of swimming. Or rev yourself up with some dancing. Whatever you do, if you like it, keep doing it.
35kg lost. (November 2005 - October 2006)
15kg gained again (as at October 2010).
Back to the drawing board - Let's do this thing!
"You can't change the winds, but you can change the sails"
"Reach out and take control of what lands in your lap"