Title basically says it all--out of laziness and the fact that I have the equipment to do all of these things in my house, I'd like to pare down my workout routines to just these essentials. A typical day might be 100 pull-ups (I weigh myself down for these with a hiking pack full of books, and usually do ten at a time), 100 push-ups (25 at a time), and 100 kettlebell swings (50 lb) or 500 jumps (2 lb weighted rope) or so. I throw dips in whenever I can because they can be done anywhere.
What I'm wondering at this point is whether my body will eventually explode or something from the limited range of movements that I'm doing. On the other hand, most of what I'm describing is pretty full-body--so maybe this is actually the perfect economy of exercises?
[Edit: I accidentally signed the original post with my name.]
Edited by godofcoffee - 3/30/13 at 9:19pm