Here’s a good, basic, article from United Spinal:
Exercising With Multiple Sclerosis: It’s Not Rocket Science
One mistake that many people make when they start exercising regularly—whether it’s lifting weights, circuit training, or performing cardio—is focusing on what everyone else in the room is doing. Bad idea. Naturally, when you notice others at the gym lifting twice as much as you are, running twice as fast on the treadmill, or working out with a lot more intensity, it?s easy to feel a bit disheartened. The best course of action you can take, however, is to focus on yourself.
This is probably the hardest part for me.