So I know there's a thread somewhere around here that is supposed to help beginners choose a lifting program, but I personally didn't find it that helpful. It seems to simply list different beginner lifting routines/programs and you have to manually look through each of them and try to understand if it's right for you. It doesn't seem to take each person's goal into consideration and most of them don't work for me for one reason or another.
So I was wondering if anyone knows of a good tool online that can determine the best workout program (in particular for strength training) that is adjusted for the person's particular situation (person's goals, what kind of physical activity they do day to day already, times per week they can exercise, what kind of equipment they have access to etc).
For example, I already have climbing practices twice a week and do some light running and swimming on top of that, I have access to gym only twice a week, and it's a uni gym and has a limited range of machines and equipment, can't do any high impact exercises at home and don't own (and can't afford at the moment) any equipment besides two 3kg dumbbells. My goals are to maintain lean body mass while I lose weight, get stronger overall, but in particular get stronger to improve my climbing performance.
I know it's probably too much to expect, but It would be cool if I could just answer a few questions and end up with a program adapted to my situation or a list of programs that could work...