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Pushups. Regular flat on the floor, then some with feet elevated, and some with hands elevated. I'll even use those half-sphere hand-sized balls (rounded side down) under my hands for an extra challenge.
I balance the pushups with a Doorway Chest and Shoulder Stretch to prevent rounded shoulders. If you can get a door frame pull-up bar with dip bar and suspension straps, those are great. Like this one.
For the core, I'm not a big fan of sit-ups. I like leg raises, flutter kicks, planks, and the BJJ sit-through.
Warmup only takes 15' of your 1:30 workout anyway. I actually hates warmup as well but I guess the mindset is it necessary evil to reach the main course that is your strength work.
Btw, my 2 cents, if you are going to get a doorframe pullup bar, get an elevated one if you are tall. It is very nice to not having to bend your knee a lot just to get to full deadhang.
Also, get dip paralettes instead of one piece dip station, it takes quite a bit of space. Though you should get one that is long enough so your feet doesn't touch the ground.
Edit: I don't own this so cannot speak for the quality but check this one out. A bit expensive but a dip station can be over 60 bucks easily, so for that price you can have both dip station and elevated pullup bar:
I don't think they would work. You'd probably need a barbell w/ weight to stabilize the stands, and the dip bars attach sideways on the uprights, so the barbell would get in the way. I just bought a doorway pullup bar w/ dip attachment. Works fine for me.
I already have a multiple grip pull up bar, but I'm wondering if this is a better upgrade so I can do dips and use the straps as rings. Is it a good idea to purchase this as I learn and prepare for the RR? I believe this bar will cover all the equipment I need for the RR too, right?
No personal experience with either, but this one has more reviews. Might be worth looking at.
The advantage of a power tower would likely be that it gives you a little bit more room for the moves. (not that you necessarily need it)
Just found this one which looks awesome. Unfortunately my ceilings around my door ways are too short for it or I'd get one [link]
Would something like this be acceptable for doing horizontal rows?
I can't really install rings in my apartment and none of the nearby gyms or parks seem to have them :/
I do a full body workout as one of the first things I do in the morning to make sure I get it out of the way and don't skip.
I don't workout everyday. If I'm sore, sick, or injured, I rest that day. Otherwise, I workout. In the beginning, I was sore for several days. Right now my recovery is faster, so my workouts are about every other day.
I only do 3 bodyweight exercises right now. Each exercise takes about 10 minutes which includes 1 minute rest between each set and water break after each exercise. So that's only a 30 minute workout for 3 exercises.
I'm currently 180 pounds 11% body fat. I can almost do 3 sets of 10 easily, so I will be getting a weighted vest soon to increase the difficulty.
I have a planet fitness membership (starts at only $10 a month). But when I'm at the house, I just use this pullup/dip door combo.
I will be adding a 4th exercise also that requires sand bags and padding for knees.
4.Nordic Curl (Hamstring)
So that pretty much covers the major muscle groups.
If you can't do a single pullup or dip or pistol squat. You can use bands to assist. And look up progression videos on youtube.
I don't do cardio right now, but at the end of the full body workout, my heart rate is around 156bpm. I'm not sure what my peak bpm is since I don't have a fitbit or anything. My first meal of the day is right after I return to my resting heart rate.
and another one that I'm unable to find at the moment.
Get this [link]
great pull up and dip bar and suspension training straps