I've been thinking about getting more exercise than I have been, especially after the heart problems last month. I need more aerobic, and I need more muscle workouts. This article in the New York Times about interval workouts was especially inspiring: it said that just one a week can have results, and in only a matter of weeks - I'd guess as little as four. One minute of sprint, then four minutes of walk, that looks like it would do the trick, and I would build muscle, improve my body's ability to use oxygen, and improve my at-rest fat burning levels. All of this could be accomplished by just, say, jog-walking home from work once a week. I can do this!
I'm also thinking maybe I should do a few ten-minute Pilates sessions at home every week. Somewhere I once had a workout sheet from my old Pilates instructor at the Y. I wonder where it's gone? (Not that this one isn't good ...)