Right now as you have said I should probably focus on losing some weight before I think about the muscle gain. I'm trying to find a workout routine that I can follow. But I don't know the machines or Muscle groups. My gym membership is through planet fitness and I already know about a lot of the traps that they have and actively know to avoid them (looking at you pizza day). So when I look up videos and stuff for work outs I have no idea if planet fitness has the machines in the videos. I also don't know muscle groups like at all and I find it very hard to learn as anatomy is definitely one of the things I find very difficult to learn. I learn things way better by doing it/seeing how it's done instead of reading about it. Also work out terminology is basically leaning a new language for me.
One of the things I try to find Is like a Planet Fitness workout routine but Planet fitness is so hated that they are few and far between and when I do find one I can't follow or understand what they're talking about. I'd go to a different gym but I can't afford anywhere else. Like how can you beat a 20 dollar membership that lets you bring a friend for free and access to all the gyms that they have open. gyms around here cost anywhere from 50-70 a month.
I would also like to say that I think I over exaggerated the leg wobble a little bit on accident. But it's definitely noticeable but not as extreme as I made it out to be. It's one of those things thats hard for me to explain but the stair thing holds true but again I don't think it's as extreme as I made it sound. It probably does have to deal with this extra weight I'm carrying around. But I would like to add that I've always had weak ankles. When I have a long day at work say 6-11 hours the first thing that starts to hurt is my ankles and eventually my whole leg. When I'm out hangout friends walking around with some friends the first thing that hurts is my ankles. I think a lot of the problems with the leg thing has to do with my ankles.
I guess what I'm trying to say is that every time I try to actually look into getting into shape all the resources I find always seem to automatically assume you know a lot of the terminology and I end up giving up before I even start because I can't understand any of it. It's all just supper intimidating and I wanna do it but feel so out my league. And If you have like supper beginner guides like we're talking like r/explainitlikeim5 but obviously not that silly I would greatly appreciate it.
Pork I've never been a fan of and I basically never eat Peanut Butter. I've never liked sour cream, but cheese....cheese is definitely something that I eat way to much of.
I think right now I just need some help getting out of this mindset of It's impossible to understand this stuff.