So look. I'm 41 and skinny and weak. Always have been. I'm happy with my legs because I bike everywhere, but the rest of me doesn't match. My connecting/support/coordination muscles are surely weak as well, which makes me paranoid about injuring myself. I got a copy of "Starting Strength" and holy shit it was an inch thick and I couldn't even force myself to read it, even though I tried. Just a mountain of words about other words and concepts that I know nothing about. So. Can you think of a program out there that I can hope to understand? I need lots of really good illustrations (and/or a YouTube channel?) so that I can have any confidence at all that I'm using the right forms and not fucking myself up without even knowing it until it's too late. Sorry for my pissy tone, BTW. I'm just frustrated by the poor quality of instruction that I've been able to find... and also with myself for having put this off for so long. But I just can't risk injuring myself because at this age getting better can take forever. So it's this fear-deficit that's really got me down now. What I won't do is walk into a gym and start messing around randomly. Being the weakest guy in there is hard enough already / I don't need to look like a dumbass too. ...and thank you (really).