Right now I'm stuck with having standard weights, minus a power rack, a low ceiling, and a doorway pull up bar. This keeps me from deadlifting, back squats, push press, and weighted pull ups. I am doing a 2 day push/pull split as follows: PUSH: Bench Front Squat Seated OHP Tricep Extension PULL: Hang Cleans Front Squats Upright Row (at someone's suggestion, I'll probably start doing bent over rows here) Curls (I'm ready to catch some hell) On other days, I do dips, pull ups, ab wheel, etc. as I do higher reps. My full log can be found here with my goals if you want more info: http://www.sherdog.net/forums/showthread.php?t=753915 My main question is should regarding the front squats on pull day. Should I maybe do high rep squats this day with lower weight? I would have to be able to lift the weight over my head pretty easily after the set though. Also, I am open to any and all critiques and tweaks on this program. Keep in mind I am focusing on strength, but I equally keep focus on conditioning and muscle endurance. In short, I want to improve strength in weight lifted, conditioning times (100 burpee challenge, running time for distance and sprints, etc.), and muscle endurance (15 pullups is a goal, 100 pushups is a goal although I don't care that much if I hit it, etc.).