Hey all. So, I've never been too muscular of a guy, even at the peak of my physical fitness. All of my athletic pursuits were much more cardio-heavy or leg-muscle heavy than upper-body. I'm looking to get some good tips on how to start building some upper body strength (abs, back, chest, arms) that won't utterly destroy me. I'm not looking to get TOTALLY RIPPED I just want to be able to do more than 2 pullups or 15 push-ups ha ha. Plus, from a completely vain, self-involved kind of standpoint, I just want to look a bit more fit (is that so wrong?!). I'm not totally out of shape, though I don't exercise as much as I should. To give some idea as to where I'm at I can jog 3 miles without terrible difficulty or could do other cardio for about 45 minutes before needing to stop. If I ever pick up a set of dumbells they're 15-lbers o) and I can't even do those for too long lol. What makes this a little tricky is that I don't want to do weight-lifting (as in with a bar) stuff. I understand that weights are a great way to work out but I'm just not confident enough to start that stuff up in a weight-room where serious athletes are trying to exercise.. Do I just need to get over this or is there some other non-weight-lifting regimen that I could engage in that would be just as effective? Thanks for the tips guys!