Start with some of the casual workouts...go as long as you can minute-wise. Pilates, core exercises, and some cardio. Walking is great... Pay close attention to your eating.
M totally agree wid Cocos start wid casual exercises nd cardio... left all junk foods try n imbibe proteins in ur diet nd remember dun tk high proteins in dinner.....
Also, if your looking for some good online information and encouragement go to muscleandstrength.com. There are some great motivational stories of all kinds of people and how they achieved success. Good luck!
I highly recommend to start by walking three miles a day. Don't worry about pace. Just get the distance in. Also, keep track of sugar intake as well as sodium. Forget what people say about calories. That's a joke. As long as you stay within your recommended sugar intake, you'll lose up to eleven pounds a month in no time. I also highly recommend myfitnesspal and runtastic to help you along this journey and as a supplement to this app. Don't sit for more than 75% of your day. Always stand up and move around. Drink lots of water and you'll do great. If you ever need support, this forum is filled with great people on the same journey. Welcome to Skimble! :-)
The start is always about the food intake. I would really read yourself into this. Since this wil for a great part decide if your exersises will results in any effect.
And for exercise its best to start with stuff thats light on the joints. So cycling would be a start or walking. Dont bother doing core exersises like planks or sit ups.
Thanks for the encouragement. I've got a couple of recommendations to begin with. Between that and support of others, hopefully I can get motivated.
Motivation was the hardest thing for me then when I started pursuing my career and realized I cant do it with the lack of shape im in it kicked me into gear. Find out why you want to do this and then remember it. I tell myself each day as im thinking im too sore for a workout "you want this job right? Then workout."