I'm a big fan of the "boot camp" classes I take. These are circuit training intervals that incorporate Cardio/Strength/flexibility/balance exercises. The exercises are timed, not based on # of reps. So you don't do 15 bicep curls, you do as many as you can with good form in 30 seconds or 45 seconds or whatever the interval is that day. We do different exercises on different days and the combination is always changing so it's never boring. The idea is that as you get fitter, you will be able to do more reps, or up your intensity or the weight you're using in the same time interval. It is all geared to help you see progressive success. Many of the exercises like planks, mountain climbers, wall sits, burpees, push-ups use your own body weight. Others use medicine balls, dumbbells, resistance bands, TRX suspension system, etc. I would say all of the exercises could be done at home with minimal equipment.
Perhaps you could look into circuit training classes at your local gym, or hire a personal trainer to teach you how you can circuit train at home. You could probably get a basic plan to start with from just one or two sessions with a trainer. I am 41 and 110 lbs overweight and I am able to do this workouts at my ability level. You control how hard you push yourself and whether you do the easiest version of an exercise or the hardest version. There are young very fit athletes that play on college sports teams and folks who are heavier or older than me, and we all work out together. It's really great!
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