I am lean and have some basic equipment at home (barbells, floor mat, elastic band) and would like to develop some sort of routine. Before the pandemic, I used to go to the gym and had some rotation going, but have been unable to do it from home ever since I started avoiding crowded places.
So here is what I'm looking for:
- A resource (App?) capable of taking some basic information (weight, height, BMI, age), available equipment (barbells, elastic band), time (2-3 workouts/week), and goals (muscle build) to design some workout plans for me. I understand that these are approximations, and absolutely do not replace a PT;
- I'm particularly looking at Apps as it is something that works well for me. I enjoy keeping track of my progress, and the gamification of workout works well;
- I would like to avoid simple collections of individual exercises, as it becomes problematic for me to design an all-round full body workout (LPP);
I'm hoping I can get some pointers as to where to learn more. A simple google search gives plenty of results and apps, including articles from newspapers, but it is hard to have an unbiased view. I previously used Jefit but found it difficult to find a workout that would meet my available equipment at home. I like the personalization capability of Freeletics, but am doubtful at paying so much money for a subscription without a free trial of the full app.