Resurrection means to be raised from the dead (John 5:28, 29). The word is used in different contexts in the Bible. Lazarus was raised from the dead (John 11:43). This is a resurrection, but it is not part of the resurrection that occurs when we receive our new bodies when Christ returns (1 Thess. 4:13-18) on the last day (John 6:39-44) when the last trumpet is blown (1 Cor. 15:51-55). Lazarus died again. The resurrection of Jesus is promissory in that as we know he was raised, so we will be raised also. In that context, Jesus is the only one who has received a resurrected body. That is why he is called the first-fruit from the dead (1 Cor. 15:20-23). We will receive our bodies either at the rapture or when Jesus returns to earth.
The resurrected body is not subject to death or sin. We know very little about it except what was manifested by Jesus after His resurrection, namely, that He was able to move about as He desired--in and out of rooms without the use of doors. Other than that, the rest is conjecture. (See 1 Cor. 15).