No one likes cardio. Jogging is objectively awful. I’m convinced runners don’t actually enjoy it, either, whatever they say. They may enjoy the benefits of running, but not the act itself. It’s like getting dental work. You’re glad the cavity doesn’t hurt anymore or your smile looks better, but you’re not clamoring for the incredible feeling of the drill on your tooth. Sometimes I do it anyway, taking a run up the street or doing a high-intensity interval routine, and I always come away feeling a little proud that I persevered through such an ordeal. It’s good to work your heart and lungs a little, and to burn off the calories from that weekend drink or dinner out, but most of the time you don’t have to suffer through intense cardio. There’s a much easier and more pleasant way to get many of the same benefits: walking.