I'm working on the Structured Program and had to write about how I felt about exercise. I work out with a personal trainer twice a week. I got into it after seeing 7 physical therapists which did absolutely nothing for me. My present personal trainer thought they were all babying me. He's given me the confidence to know I can do it. He used to focus on my structural issues, but we have discussed that it's not going to be a topic anymore. He doesn't really understand the TMS, but he knows I'm improving, so he's going with the flow and respecting that I'm not going to focus on my symptoms. He always asks me how I'm doing before our workout, and I will answer very briefly, fine or the same. I'm NOT going to talk about my symptoms with him or anyone else. So on one day upper body, add one day lower half with him. I'm getting stronger. The other days, I either take a mile or so walk or bike for 30 to 45 minutes. I know I'm supposed to work out as usual, but before all this, I was doing a strenuous yoga class and spin. Again, I know that I'm supposed to work out as usual, but my knees are tight all the time. I cannot do yoga right now the way I am. I cannot spin right now. Biking is fine, but standing on a bike is very difficult. I don't want to give in to myself, but don't I have to ease into these different exercises as my symptoms subside? I can't just ignore that my knees aren't stiff. This is the biggest obstacle for me. As for the rest of my symptoms, I can talk to my brain and not react, and that's getting better, but both knees are constantly stiff. I don't know how to proceed with exercise other than doing the pt, biking and walking.