So I don't have a specific routine per se, but I've been trying to put together a flexible well rounded routine with the equipment I have available. I tend to lurk on here and jump around Youtube picking up different concept here and there. My workout seems to be working very well, as I've had pretty good all around improvement, I feel better, I look better, and I've been able to keep my motivation up. Equipment: Pull-up and Dip Tower Curl Bar Kettle bell set(pairs between 25 and 65lbs) So what I generally do is follow the 25 Pull-up challenge and the 100 Push up challenge workouts on Mon - Wed- Fri. Which varies as the program progress's. If I'm feeling over fatigued, I'll mix it up a bit. I do Legs on Tuesday and Thursday, which usually consists of a light jog(20 min or so), Kettle Bell swings(either HIIT or 40 minutes workout), and optional Squats. I then decided to add some more variety, So I'll add in Bent Rows(ether Kettlebells or curl bar), Dips, and overhead press. I also mix in some Full body kettlebell workouts, Turkish Get-ups, and Burpees or throw in an Ab/core day. I do lots of my workouts in a more Circuit training type method, alternating lifts, and minimizing breaks in between. I'm also doing lots of reps and focusing on form rather than going with big weight. I try to make sure I never do the same lift two days in a row, so my muscles always have time to recover. I have pretty specific goals on Pull-ups and Push-ups, but everything else is kinda by feel. I try to get all of my lifts in at least once a week, most of them twice. I know this sounds a bit Crossfitty, but I do try to use my brain a bit and self monitor, I keep mental track of progress, always start new lifts light and then progress. I watch a lots of Youtube videos for advice on bad lifts, form mistakes, etc. Am I being overly lax in structure? Does it sound like I'm ignoring any important muscle groups? Anything sound "dumb"? It's been working awesome for me so far, I'm 37 and am the strongest I've been since I wrestled in college. But I know I can always do better. Thanks ahead, any advice/criticism is appreciated.