Anything is good but Wii fit is great for an absolute beginner. It's great for getting you over the first hump of exercise and is fantastic for working on posture. the too challenging
I love les mills on demand. It's a subscription app (£10 a monthly less yearly) of a variety of fitness videos that are regularly renewed. I got into it via body pump at the gym. It terrified me but I found it hard but doable, very easy to progress and the music really carried me through the exercise. Sadly circumstances changed I found i could get to the gym reliably anymore so I bought my own barbell, a few hand weights and decent step. Turned out iliked the other classes on there as well. It's good or both strength and cardio. Body step and body attack killed me at first but if you work at you build up really quickly. I really love body step. Partly because I'm so uncoordinated there a deep satisfaction when I actually start moving in the right direction at the right time.partly because the "instructors" are so relentlessly enthusiastic (today is your day body Steppers!!) That you can't help but smile
I'm afraid I'm going against the grain and saying that unless you are seriously, SERIOUSLY out of shape, walking ain't gonna do much. I'd be looking at short, sharp workouts to do at home e.g. Joe Wicks lean in 15, other HIIT workouts like Fitnessblender, Kayla Itsines. They are hard but the nature of starting to exercise should be that it challenges you. You do what you can and stop when you need. As time goes on you fint you need to stop less.
I'm another Les Mills convert. Such brilliant choice for a really small fee.
Yes its the ‘short sharp’ workouts I think I need. It sounds silly, but mentally I just shut down if I’m doing long and monotonous cardio.. I’m like that with everything not just exercise so not just an excuse I promise!
30 day shred sounds interesting, even the name sounds intense. I think I’ll have to make a list of all of these and see wha the best option is in the house. Thanks again.