My biggest advice: KEEP IT SIMPLE.
1. What are your goals? Do you want to lose weight/ build muscle/ get fit? You have to make a routine based on this. If you want to build muscle, focus on strength training. If you want to lose weight, focus on both cardio and strength. If you want to get fit, find exercises which challenge you. What you want to achieve will shape your plans.
2. Be active. Once you figure out your goals, make a routine/plan. Think of activities you enjoy: running, dancing, weights, pilates, yoga. Look into a gym membership. Research hiking areas around you. Aim for 3 sessions per week, and build once you figure out what you want to do.
2. Eat well. You’re going to have to support your training with what you put in your mouth. Different eating plans work for different people- Primal, keto, high-carb, IIFYM. There is NO “right” way. The easiest way to stick to something is to make sure it fits into your lifestyle. If you buy your own groceries, you have more flexibility. But if you don’t have this control, start small. Have more vegetables, drink more water, find healthy alternatives. Start small. Experiment.
3. Be consistent & patient. Anything will work if you’re consistent with it, nothing will work if you give up. After you decide what your goals are, you have to be disciplined and stick to them. Reward yourself for your accomplishments & commitment. Yes, it will get hard but don’t forget about your end goal.
4. Be balanced. Don’t make this your entire life & don’t let it consume you. Don’t give up things you love. Still be “you”- whilst incorporating this into your life!
Now, the above are pretty ~general~ advices because I know nothing about you! What you have to do now is RESEARCH. Here are some great links which will help you get started:
Health/Fitness Links on my page
How to start lifting/ strength training Pt 1
How to start lifting/ strength training Pt 2
My Fav Youtube Channels with workouts/information/inspiration:
Tone It Up
My Fav Instagrams:
My Fav Websites:
Lift Big Eat Big
I hope this helps! Remember: Keep it simple. Be consistent. Be balanced. :)