This question comes up at least a couple of times a week.
Incline dumbbell presses, 8 to 20, through a full range of motion. Calories, recovery.
Times are tough for lots of folks right now. Bearing that in mind, sometimes we have to be resourceful. In the case of flex89, he got himself a job at the gym, and I lug his diabetic ass around town. As you can imagine, being a type 1 diabetic, without wheels, and in a city 1400 miles from home can be a real challenge.
In my case, when I lived in Lincoln, NE, I spent 3 years unable to drive (I was broke, and it took me a while to get back up, but, I had a valid driver's license.) I also worked at the gym picking up weights. I worked as a waiter, and did customer support in IT, as well rode my bike 40 miles a day, and trained with weights (a nearly lifelong persuit). I was in great shape, having a resting heart rate of 43, was lean, and strong as heck, and felt like a million bucks. Later, I rode my bike (10 speed) to work for Golds' Gym on 48'th street and Leighton and ended up their leading sales guy.
What you need is to reshape your thinking away from I,I,I,me,me,me, can't, can't, can't into a plan of being innovatively resourceful. The old saying goes, where there's a will there's a way.
I also worked at Valentino's pizza where they were extremely supportive of my weightlifting efforts and I end up with 27 inch thighs weighing a very built 230.
You need to stop thinking of yourself as a victim, and start thinking of various ways to change your current situation. We all have to do that at some point or another. Sometimes, we have to do it many times. Sometimes, life can be hard. When it is, you grab it by the balls, man-up, and get shit done.
The gym is a much better idea than piece of equipment that you won't use sitting at home on the balcony / patio. You need to walk into, through, and beyond the fear of going into an unknown social setting.
You need social exposure, technical guidance, and inspiration from others. Those are things you won't find in the protection of your housing compartment.
Certainly, President Obama would not be where he is if he stayed at home. He plunged into, through, and way beyond.
Part of being a Real Jock is the ability to march into the unknown, take it on, and be on top of the game. It's about the mentality.
Any Real Jock has had butterflys. That's part of the game. You get past the jitters, and go kick some ass.