I have noticed that on most RM fitness sites there are no programs for absolute begginers so i thought i could help a bit.
Monday: Run/Walk 30mins, run as much as you can walk to recover then run again, eventually only running.
Tuesday: Circuit: Warm up jog, Stretch.
4 Sets: 10 x Tricep Press-Ups
3 x Overarm Pull ups
20 x Crunches ( feet under chair if needed)
10 x Burpees ( the greatest of all exercises )
15 x Bodyweight squats
Wednesday: Rest Day
Thursday: Run as Monday.
Friday: as Tuesday
Saturday: Go swimming, 30 mins breaststroke.
Sunday: Rest day.
-Every 2 weeks try to add: 5 Pressups per set
1 Pull up per set
5 Crunches per set
5 Bodyweight squats
As your running/ Cardio becomes better try to add a running session to go along with a circuit, or maybe to a 3 mile timed run on a Sunday, aim to beat 22 mins. Any complete begginner can do this, with the gradual progression you can become a much fitter person.
I dont actually use this, just read the thread and realised no one had anything for begginers everything seems to start with do 30 press ups run 3 miles, begginers cant possible do this so i thought write an easy program that can be a base for begginers, but yes a lost of this is from RM sites just with less reps/distance and not to many exercises at first as that must put unfit people off reading run 3 miles, do 30 pressups when they can barely run 1mile or do 10 pressups. I think this is a good place to start.
I personally do bodyweights ie chins, pull ups hindu pressups, burpees etc, deadlifts squats, kettlebell workouts and 1 day rowing 1 day running.