So here's the deal:
Today I am in a good mood and for some reason I decided I want some more muscles in my arms and maybe even a six pack.
That's great. Congratulations on getting started so young. You are starting exactly where I started (though I was almost 30 years older) with what we call the "mirror workout". You want to improve what you can see in the mirror: abs, biceps and I suppose chest.
There's nothing wrong with that.
For biceps: do as many curls as you can with whatever weight you have, going well into the burn. Take a short rest, 60 seconds, and do it again, another 60 second rest, and do it again. Each time you do this make the rest shorter.
For a six pack look up an exercise called "planks."
I'm 18 years old and I'm not fat at all. I only want to train inside the house, because the gym is too expensive. I can use 10 kilo weights, and a "pull-up" stick.
How many pullups can you do? Those will improve your overall look quite well, and you can do them every day.
Besides that I can, of course, do all kinds of excercises such as pushups and stuff.
Can you do handstand pushups? Those will make your shoulders big. You see, a six pack looks good on the beach, but wide shoulders cannot be disguised in a shirt, with wide shoulders you look good with or without a shirt.
Seriously, 10 kilos is not much, but you can press them overhead as well to work on the shoulders.
The only thing I can't really do is sit-ups. They make me sick for some reason. After 20 sit-ups I feel really sick, like I need to puke...
Don't sweat it. Sit-ups have become very unpopular, look at planks.
So I won't do those unless someone knows how to solve my problem.
You don't have a problem.
Can anyone make something like a training schedule.
Well now this might be why you got such a negative reaction from Stu and Bob. Generally us old farts like to see the young guys put in a little friggin' effort before they say, "do this for me." The statement above invites responses like, "You want us to do the exercises for you?" That's cuz we're crusty old farts. But why not just try this:
1) As many pull ups as you can, overhand grip
2) As many pushups as you can, conventional style
3) Rest 3 minutes and repeat 1 and 2
4) Rest 3 minutes and repeat 1 and 2
I'm willing to train every day, but I'd rather not train too long each day. I'm probably not gonna be able to do it if it's moe than 15 minutes a day.
Um, longer than 15 minutes and you're "not gonna be able" like do you have a disease? Are these doctor's orders? That statement makes you sound like a lazy bastard which again triggers the crotchety old fart reaction where we want to tell you to come back when you're serious.
But then you say you are willing to do it every day. What about every other day for 30 minutes? Can you explain this?