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I am 25 years old my height is 5'8" and weight is 58K.

I went to gym for gaining muscle in 2011 and my progress was very slow, after couple of months continuing gym, I left it.

For last six months my lower belly is getting big. And I am feeling weak now a days.

I want to gain some weight with mass and want to loose my belly fat(its look really odd).

I have read couple of fitness blogs they suggest to go to gym and do weight training. But now its not possible for me to go to a gym(nearest gym is far away from home and I dont have much time to go there).

What I can do, I can buy light(cheap) instruments and also can arrange better food. And I can do some home exercise.

Do you guys have any specific suggestions? How can I recover from this situation?

I dont need six pack, what I want to achieve like a better shape with some mass and strength.Btw I live a hacker's life style(lots of coca cola, beers and chocolates, pizzas)

Please share your experience, I am really worried in this condition.

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This question might help you. –  Freakyuser Jul 6 '13 at 2:48
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Lots of coke and beers, and you gave up the gym ... are you expecting some magic pill? –  zeFrenchy Jul 6 '13 at 8:59
    
No, I am not expecting a magic pill, expecting "home exercise list" and food habit that can help me. –  arnold Jul 6 '13 at 10:24
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Your question is way too generic, the answer to your problem is in lifestyle advice, not really an exercise plan ... try doing two things to start

Stop eating and drinking rubbish
Do some body weight exercise

Stick with it for at least 2 month without cheating or slacking and come back to ask more specific questions if that did not help you lose some belly fat and build strength. Good luck.

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