28 years old guy with no stamina and no ability to lift weight. No access to gym either. What are the things that can be done at home to build general stamina, be able to lift heavy weights and gain some muscles?

28 years old guy with no stamina and no ability to lift weight. No access to gym either. What are the things that can be done at home to build general stamina, be able to lift heavy weights and gain some muscles?

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  1. Start with no equipment but your own body weight.

    Push ups, sit ups, burpies, and so on.

    You can also adjust those exercises. Push up on your knees. Standing wall push up.

  2. Your nearest sporting goods store should have some inexpensive weights in various sizes starting with 1 lb. and going up from that.

    I really recommend daily, or almost daily, walking. It builds up your leg muscles and your endurance, and I’ve seen it recommended to do a couple of running steps at intervals when you do your daily walk, to rev up your metabolism.

    Men’s Health https://www.menshealth.com/ has a lot of information on fitness, nutrition, exercise, and other things.

  3. As everyone else is saying, start with your own body weight as resistance. Once that’s comfortable for you, add weight — a backpack with books in it will intensify squats/lunges/pushups, a gallon of milk (8lbs) or bag of groceries can be used for arm workouts — there are a lot of things you probably have in your home that can be substituted for expensive weights.

  4. If you haven’t, get your diet in check maybe that’s limiting you, then I’d say make sure sleep is in check and then try basic exercise and progress from there and finally find and use a reputable coach and follow their guidance.

  5. Push ups, sit ups (not every day can ruin your back, 2 or 3 times a week) , squats, running, gymnastics to build up stamina after that just be percistent. Start with 5 push ups and reach 10 in 2 weeks. Strenght will come after the stamina

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