I feel like I've hit a rut in my bodyweight routine. More like I'm bored i guess. My usual routine is to do X amount of quality reps in X amount of time, and over the months try to increase reps and while decreasing time. I maxed out about 1 year ago, doing 300 push ups, 300squats, 300 crunches, 30-40 pull ups, all in around 25 minutes. I feel now that is a lot of work, and I'm not sure if doing so much is even necessary. I've been researching gymnist routines and i would very much like to be able to accomplish some of the feats of dexterity/strength that these guys can do. Most of the routines I've come across are variations of something like this: https://breakingmuscle.com/workouts...ight-skills-strength-and-flexibility?page=0,2 My question is, these routines seem to be a comparably lower workload then what i was doing about a year ago. Will a routine like these really garner me newfound strength/endurance. No doubt balance and stability will improve with these movements. Im also a little concerned about the seemingly lack of legwork these routines seem to have/not have. Are these gymnastics routines more geard toward upper body or is the lower body work of a gymnist Developed from the various hangs and lifts and if this is the case is this sufficient conditioning of the lower body as it pertains to marital arts?