Hello Rebecca Ray,
I agree with eating well and finding a trainer to design a balanced exercise program for you. Have you tried myofascial release for the feet? You may do well on a bicycle; try different pieces of equipment at a fitness supply to see what works for you.
Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.
Hi Rebecca, I would certainly agree with my colleagues that sorting out a proper nutritional plan would be the first place to start. Look up a local dietician or nutritional therapist to help you with this.
For your fitness, engaging the services of a personal trainer will pay real dividends as he/she will be able to meet with you and do a full assessment of your needs and also be able to advise you on your nutritional needs.
I wish you the best of luck
I know you want to stay home, but unless you have swimming pool or are willing/able to afford an “endless pool”, I recommend going to a local rec center or municipal pool and doing aquatic exercise. There is no better exercise for people with issues such as yours. Are you feet in good condition otherwise? Be careful with cuts and abrasions when you do any type of exercise. Be sure to tell your doctor of your plans as well.
my colleagues made some good suggestions. The one thing I like to add is my experience with clients with neuropathy. There is such a thing as the MELT Foot Treatment, and you may get relief through it for your neuropathy. As I said, I have had success with clients doing just that, and that may enable you to be more active and thus add to your weight loss success.