JayinAZ saidTrying to choose a fitness plan and found the Adonis Golden Ratio System. Then I wondered how many other plans existed and became overwhelmed. Any suggestions?
These questions are especially hard to answer given you're a pictureless (no attributes to assess), and that you've not provided links to the program you mention.
Here's some free advice:
1. Anything worth doing should be worth doing well.
2. People can't help you get better it you fail to to communicate, or are hiding. It's impossible for you to get well taking that approach. You need to work on your self acceptance and get pictured and profiled. Nothing is a worse turn off than a closet case with all his imaginary enemies. Love yourself; the rest will follow.
3. Learn to research, and experiment. I do lot of things differently from other folks, and, most, I do VERY well.
4. Most things worth having involve some level of discomfort. Men walk into, through, above, and beyond, their challenges, whether it's open heart surgery, walking on stage, or building systems for millions of users. Most things worth doing are hard. Step up your game.
5. Coddling a part only makes it weaker. If you challenge that part, it becomes stronger than ever before.
Your first assignment is got get pictured and profiled. No one can help a pictureless.