Hi there Kelly
in respect of the other poster, who is a good man, from personal observations, Apple Cider Vinegar and Pear Cider Vinegar are a mxied bag frankly.
They purport somewhere in excess of 15 to 20 benefits. I researched the stuff a few years back and found them to be potentially overhype products that may be incapable of many things claimed.
I know of people who took it, hated the taste, questioned the point of taking it and stopped.
Also be aware that if you take it in conjunction with other lifestyle changes, you will not know what you are achieving off it, because other factors will come into play.
The best way to assess it, is take it for a week or two and make ZERO additional changes to lifestyle. Just keep living the way you are, but consuming one of them.
The one caveat with this is, that such products may purport things like immune system benefits and other effects that will not become immediately obvious, unlike possible energised feelings, skin radience, reduced lethargy etc etc, which are often noticable inside of a week, so you may find these long-term benefits happen, but in several months time and then after additional lifestyle changes, again making such claims on the products questionable, in light of other possible factors leading to such physical benefits.
I should say at this point, I'm not outright lambasting such products, as I'm not in step with all the currently available science and thinking on them, but you must be mindful of the potential waste of money or letdown they may represent.
If you still consider using one of them, then that's fine and I hope it works out for you
As for exercise, try getting your gym to give you a basic total body workout. Usual things, I exercise per muscle group, 2 sets, 8-10 repetitions per set.
Good luck and best wishes.