I love this phrase, "The Only Bad Workout Is The One That Doesn't Happen" ... how true is this?!? You can't complain about not losing weight, not feeling good, achy body, out of breathe, etc. if you aren't doing anything to fix it. A 20 minute workout a day, is really all you need. You do not have spend hours on hours working out to achieve your fitness goals. Just get in a good workout at least 3-4 days a week and you will feel amazing. Your moods will increase, your stamina will increase, your skin will look better, you'll feel better, your clothes will fit better, you will be an all around better person. There are so many different types of workouts to do now days, that there really is no excuse not to workout. When someone says workout ... that doesn't mean you have to go and run a marathon (all though I love them), that means that get up and do something for a least 20 minutes 3-4 days a week to stay healthy. This isn't rocket science, it's really common sense, that's it. People try to make things harder than they have to be. If you aren't currently working out, then take baby steps and start with walking for 20-30 minutes every day in your neighborhood. After the first week, add in some situps and pushups when you get home from walk. The third week, add in one extra thing and so forth. Before you know it, you'll have your own workout routine going. Although a gym membership is wonderful to have, it is not necessary in order to workout. Look up exercises on the internet, read exercise magazines and books, watch workout shows early in the morning, join an exercise class at your local church, etc. There are a lot of ways to find different types of exercises and a lot of them won't cost you anything extra. So, all in all, there really is no reason not to workout. If I can work two jobs, raise a 3 years and 2 15 year olds, plus a 12 year old, try and be a good wife, cook dinner, etc. and still find time to workout, you can find a way to workout too. It's a lot easier to make an excuse than to actually get out there and do something, but no one said it would be easy, they just said it was doable.