1. It’s too hot, or too cold, or too wet outside.
  2. Exercise equipment and/or a gym membership is simply not in the budget.
  3. I am out of shape. Working out in public is embarrassing, but I don’t know where to begin on my own.
  4. I get so bored doing the same thing over and over.
  5. Really, I can only spare 30 minutes in the morning. It takes that long to go to the gym and back!
  6. I do not have a workout partner for encouragement.
  7. All of the above.

May I solve all six of these problems by introducing LESLIE SANSONE and her in-home walking program? 

In front of your TV screen & DVD player, (1) the weather becomes immaterial.

WalkAtHome.com offers a selection of Leslie’s (2) inexpensive DVDs. Her numerous workout videos are all measured in one mile increments calculated according to the number of steps you take in time to the music. 

(3) In the privacy of your own home, begin with a mile routine and get comfortable with her four basic steps: walk in place, knee lifts, kicks, and side to side. I found this approach especially helpful when I was recuperating from surgery.

Once you are confident with one mile, you can progress to two mile, three mile, four mile, and even five mile routines. The more DVDs you collect, the more you can (4) vary your workouts.

(5) In just 30 minutes, one can walk two miles with Leslie. Surprisingly, this is enough time to limber up and work up a sweat. Many days the only exercise I can fit in is a 30 minute “appointment” with Leslie.

Leslie Sansone is very personable and motivating. You will see participants of all ages and all sizes on screen, so (6) you will not feel alone in your pursuit of fitness. After you have heard Leslie’s exhortation as much as you care to, by the way, you can play some of the DVDs with music only.

Personally, I have been using five of these walking videos to supplement both outdoor exercise and trips to the gym for a couple of years. I’ve discovered these walking routines generate agility that does not come from the more repetitive motions of cycling, lifting weights, or even walking outside. It is also quite fun to track the miles walked in Leslie’s in-home walking program.

According to Dr. Eric, “It’s never too late.” If Dr. Eric Swiridoff has motivated you to improve your self-care, this indoor, inexpensive, private, easy-to-follow, efficient, and encouraging resource may be just what you need to get started.

Physical training is good, but training for godliness is much better, promising benefits in this life and in the life to come. I Timothy 4:8

She dresses herself with strength and makes her arms strong. Proverbs 31:17 ESV