I was talking with a friend of mine this weekend. He is a very fit SEAL. I know he trains himself and his family as well as some friends. Used to train SEALs. So I asked him to suggest a workout for an old injured fat guy. He said just start by walking briskly 45 minutes a day. And not on a machine. And he said he was going to check up on me. So what's a guy to do? Since our talk, I have been pretty good. Day 1 was an impromptu hour hike. Wife was on a trail run, so met up with her on the trail. It was one hour for me, but hour six for her. Damn those hills! Day 2 was a hour of tai chi and a 45 minute walk with a little kicking the soccer ball around with the little monkey. Day 3 was 3 hours of qigong and Taiji and no walk. I went deeper into my stances and went slower. I really felt it in my thighs after. Today is day 4 A hilly 45 minute walk. The target was a valley a mile away from my house where my wife found a dead pig one day. Stopped to do a quick check of the valley. No piggies tonight. But the Fenix light lit up the stream pretty well. Could see a couple hundred feet into the valley. It was lit much brighter than the picture portrays. Did I say, "Damn those hills!"? Breath is short on the steep climbs. My new Bedrock sandals held up like a champ.