I'm new to this forum and I'd like some advice.
I'm 5ft 4in tall and weigh 13 stone 2lb. I have multiple sclerosis and am disabled. I used to be able to walk up to 2 miles per day. It took me an hour, but I 'recovered' enough to do it again the next day. Now I am worn out by walking to my GP and back, less than half a mile each way which takes 20 minutes. It takes several days to recover from a single visit to the doctor, or a trip to the shops.
Being overweight is causing me additional health problems that are making everyday life difficult. In the past I've relied on exercise to help me to get my weight down. Can anyone suggest some exercises suitable for someone disabled? Standing or sitting exercises are preferred as I have trouble getting down on the floor. I'd also like to be able to do some kind of aerobic exercise, if possible.
My target is to lose at least 3 stone in total, but right now I'd be happy to get down to 12.5 stone.