It is raining in Eugene, Oregon (shocker!). Since I do much of my exercise outdoors, this could create an obstacle if I let it.
My work outs are more ones of frequency than high intensity. I walk every day, usually for about an hour. I go out for 30-60 minutes in the morning and then walk again for 15-30 minutes in the evening, depending on what else I am doing that day. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, I ride my bike to and from work, which takes about 40 minutes total. One Tuesdays and Fridays I go to the gym. I do 30 minutes of cardio (usually the elliptical) and 20 or so minutes of weight lifting. I often ride my bike on the weekends as well. And of course, there is housework, yard work, shopping, etc. I average the equivalent of 12,000 intentional steps per day.
I do some sort of exercise each and every day. I may miss a couple of days per year if I am sick or traveling. I am pretty obsessive about it, to be honest. I enjoy cycling and walking my dog very much. Neither of those activities feel like a chore. I do not love going to the gym, but I do it anyway. I have rehabilitated a shoulder injury by lifting weights so I know it is important.
The right gear is really important to safe and comfortable outdoor work outs.
It has been dark on my night walks lately and my daughter reminded my of the Woman in Black so now that's all I can think of when I walk in the park.
So I am mostly just walking around my neighborhood instead.