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Here's a nice selection of exercises that you can do at home, which require no equipment and which can keep you in really good shape.
The classic push up is a super convenient yet very comprehensive exercise. One can accomplish a lot in a short period of time, increase arm, shoulder, upper back and chest strength. Do it all right in your bedroom for free.
Check out this course for doing 100 push ups a day. Combine this with some pull ups and you've got an upper body workout that's as good as it gets without setting foot in a gym (not that I have anything against gyms). And you're done in under 20 minutes.
Pull-ups (palms facing away from your face) and chin-ups (palms facing your face) are two great strength building exercises that don't require complicated equipment. The smallest apartment can accommodate a bar that you can get from Walmart. I have a good-enough arrangement on my boat and it's smaller than the smallest apartment.
I love the Internet. At a party at the beginning of the summer, a young friend said to me that the Internet is like magic. Just log on and ask a question and more than likely you'll get an answer. I'm always searching for new resources for health information. Like magic I find them often. Here are a few sites that may be useful to you.