I have access to the wellness gym thru my hospital. There are exercise physislogists who understand exercise and disease and they create an individual program for each person. I went to get stronger and maybe lose a few pounds. After six weeks i am not napping in the afternoon. (you ladies know what i mean by napping, that fade to black moment when you need to be in a safe spot). The trainers at the gym say this effect on fatigue is the usual case. they have seen it before. So i wanted to share it with you all.
My cardio routine is not strenous. 5 minutes on rower, 5 minutes on arm bike, five minutes on elipticle, 10 minutes on bike, 10 minutes on treadmill. i do more or less depending on my schedule. then i do a set of 30 on three different arm exercises and a sets of 30 on three different leg exercises. i try to go every day but life gets in the way. i manage 4 times a week. they tell me i will build muscle which will burn more fat. for leg exercises , it is as simple of sit to stand. using my own body weight. and also simple knee up from standing on a six inch block.
this is making a huge difference in my fatigue. i am in my 24 month of active treatment. the fatigue was killer.