Hello all, Even though my country hasn't enacted quarantines yet, I decided to self-isolate myself for the next three weeks during which the university is closed. I need to exercise in my room but I don't really know how to. Or, to be precise, I don't have a routine to follow and I need someone who has knowledge about these things to give me advice. This advice can range from directing me to a source where I can learn routines appropriate to my level or simply recommending me a routine. So, my body is relatively weak and fat. I can hardly do a full push-up twice, so I do the one where my knees are on the ground so like 3/4's of a push-up but even while doing that my body keeps twitching. Today I did ~45min of exercise in my room: 50 squats, 50 jumping jacks, 20 3/4 push-ups and 15 pull-ups. I also tried that thing where you lean on a wall while bending your legs 90 degrees as if there's a chair below you and try to stay like that (what's that called?) I managed to stay for 20 seconds. It's a great way to slow time I feel like my legs are an overloaded RAM that slowly burns as I try to stay in position. feels like torture tbh. Anyway, I also need someone to tell me how long would exercising at my room everyday will take for me to put on some muscle.. because I need to see the horizon if I'm going to continue like this everyday. I never developed a habit to go to gym but I think I can spare an hour most of my days to exercise in my room. Thanks!