Get specific about what you hate
Throwing around the blanket statement, “I hate exercise,” is like saying, “I hate cheese.” It’s too vague. You may hate Muenster or Swiss, but have you tried Gouda or feta? What if certain cheeses are an acquired taste? What if there’s a cheese out there you really love, but you just haven’t tried it yet?
Rather than saying, “I hate exercise,” go ahead and get specific. If you hate running, cool. Don’t run. If you hate jumping, great. Don’t jump. If you hate strength training, bully for you! Start with something else. I wouldn’t suggest you eat cheese you hate, so why would I suggest you do exercise you hate?
Because there are as many forms of exercise as there are types of cheese, it’s easy to avoid the ones you actually hate while seeking out those you tolerate, or even enjoy.