First off, I know a serious routine involves barbells; this thread is about making the most of the limitations of my current living situation. I can't get to the gym nearly as regularly as I'd like, thanks to my schedule and their hours, so I'm looking for something I can do in my apartment when I can't get to the gym. I live in an on-college-campus apartment, so barbells, other "heavy equipment or machines", and any modifications to the building are unacceptable. Dumbbells and kettlebells are fine, but I'm having difficulty finding good info on putting together a well-rounded routine, i.e. not just a bunch of dumbbell curls and shoulder presses or "GET FIT LIKE NAKED RUSSIAN WARRIOR WITH KETTLEBELLS". Any help putting together a routine for general strength training (not bodybuilding, but of course I want the best results possible, or I wouldn't be bothering to ask) would be greatly appreciated. FWIW, shoulder strength and endurance are my greatest concern, since they're the most limiting for what I do. Thanks!
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1/31/10 at 4:23pm