I'm about a month into a new exercise regime after a hiatus of about 15 years. No decent excuses except some medical issues along the line, all resolved now thank you very much.
Two or three times a week, about an hour workout in the bedroom where I have a weight bench with bar holder for chest presses and three removeable attachments (cable tower, preacher bar, gizmo for quads and leg biceps) for just about everything else. I also have an adjustable slant board for sit ups but wish I hadn't gotten rid of my device for back extensions - I could do Good Mornings instead I suppose. Our development has an excellent exercise facility that I haven't used yet but plan to. In the bedroom I can watch TGC or a tour event or some old movie on the TV there - nice.
Aerobic exercise is rather light at the moment and includes mountain biking on local trails and rollerblading. I need to get out doing this stuff more - I'm retired now and have the time. Also plan to use community pool when it warms up a bit, as well as play some tennis.
The good news is despite my creeping senescence my muscles are still responding nicely to the stress. They are already becoming more defined and I'm having to up the weights nicely (without risking pulling anything). That wonderful feeling after a good workout has come back - I'd actually forgotten what it felt like. And the pleasure of a good burn of the quads, triceps etc - nothing like it!
The message to all old-codgers-to-be out there: it's never too late!