Your appearance is often the result of the action you take.
There really is no excuse to avoid exercising, unless you are suffering from a serious injury or illness that is out of your control.
A gym membership is not required. You just need time. We all have time.
I challenge you to do 100 push ups a day. It doesn’t have to be all at once. If you do four sets of 25 over a 24-hour period, you did 100 push ups in one day.
Execute each push up correctly and with proper form. If you need help on form and technique, this is a good place to start. There is no shame in starting with an easier or “cheat” push up if that is all you can muster. In time, your ability to perform more difficult exercises will come.
Make sure you can feel the muscles of your chest clench as you raise yourself up. Again, it is not speed that counts, it’s form. With each successful push, lower yourself down, and get at it again.
And again. Every day. Remove the lazy habits from your lifestyle and defeat the average man in this respect.
I find that a brief meditative period in between sets does wonders to clear the mind and relax the body.
Start your day with 25, then 50, then soon you’ll be doing 100 at 7 am. It’s not that hard, you just need to have discipline.
Get to it.