You make your choices, and you live with them. In the end, you are those choices.
"Strength is the mental and physical fortitude to endure, resilience to bounce back, and force to create change, allowing you to thrive in any circumstance and through any adversity." TrPAssassin
Powerlifting 3x/week, Yoga at least once per week, cycling at least 3x per week. Broken down:
Sunday: Barbell deadlifts plus other back exerciese (pull-ups, chin-ups, lat pulldown, row variations, etc.)
Monday: Cycle to and from work (easy pace, 5.5 miles one-way), maybe a yoga class in the evening
Tuesday: Barbell bench press plus other chest/triceps exercises (dumbbell bench press-flat/incline/decline, skullcrushers, dumbbell flyes, dips, etc.), cycle to and from work
Wednesday: Maybe a yoga class in the evening, maybe some pushups
Thursday: Barbell back squat and lunges
Friday: Cycle to and from work
Saturday: walking to/from/at the farmers market
Gamer. Powerlifter. Trekkie. Yogi.
You're lucky it has showers! Many boxes don't.
“If I didn't define myself for myself, I would be crunched into other people's fantasies for me and eaten alive.” --Audre Lorde
Monday: Run 2-3 miles, 5x5 squats, 5x5 deadlifts
Tuesday: Run 5x 150m sprints, bench 5x5, pullups 5x3, push press 5x8 (65lbs)
Wednesday: Run if I feel like it, hockey practice (1hr)
Thursday: 4 sets of-- 30 overhead lunges (25lbs), 50 full bw squats, 10 knees-to-elbows, usually takes about 20 minutes
Friday: Run a mile, climbing in the gym for a couple hours, maybe lift a little (high reps, low weight) if I feel like it)
Saturday/Sunday: hiking or doing something outside, otherwise cardio for an hour or so, or maybe the WOD off CrossFit.com
Subduction leads to orogeny
My blog that I don't update as often as I should: http://primalclimber.blogspot.com/
skill work/slow movement
skill work/slow movement
skill work/bodyweight exercises
Except for my morning walk 5x/wk, I don't really have a schedule. Some crunches. Some squats, some "girl" pushups. Some resistance. I like occasionally lifting my living room chairs because it's an uneven movement, so I have to be careful, and because they're heavy and I use a lot of muscles. Some calf work using the edge of my stairs.
But not really a schedule. I write it down so I don't completely avoid the things I like least (pushups), but it's pretty much do what I feel like. Sometimes I'll just turn on music and dance around the apartment 'til I'm sweaty.