Howdy! First time posting in this forum haha.
So I'm a 19 year old, 6'1" and 165 pounds. I'm not fat, but not skinny. I have muscle, but it's not very toned. I have very healthy eating habits (only drink tea, water, and the occasional beer) and eat primarily vegetables and pork/chicken, though I do eat more fast food than I should hehe.
My question is this: I'm from a very germanic family. My dad is built, by grandfather is built, and so on. I always admire the fantasy warrior archetype (norse gods, barbarian in D3, Aragorn, the Mountain), and I recently realized that I should use that sort of admiration to get me to be a more physically fit individual. Endurance and agility are no problem for me- I hike regularly without breaking much of a sweat, I've hiked top tier hiking trails such as the Mount Mitchell (tallest mountain east of the Mississippi). The only thing I'm truly lacking in is physical strength.
I go back to college in a month and a half, and it has a full training facility open to everyone, and as a music major I have very little free time. But I'm wondering from the more experienced body builders what exercises I can do 2-4 times a week that can really help me build muscle effectively. I really want to get in shape so I'm not hating my body by the time I hit 40, and I'd really love it if I could get some guidance on to how to really improve my strength.