In the 8 weeks I've been doing Simplefit I've had some great gains, and I'm planning sticking with the program til the end. But then what? Gym or Crossfit affiliate memberships are not in my budget, and, as a former gym rat, I frankly have no real desire to go back to Gold's/World's/Planet Fitness/whatever. I'd happily purchase some secondhand weights and get started on a home gym, but my apartment is hardly conducive to a squat rack.
With advanced exercises like one-armed push-ups, and one-armed pull-ups I can't really see myself needing anything other than bodyweight workouts to maintain the kind of body I'm happy with. As a once (and hopefully future) avid runner I also know enough track workouts to give me tree trunk legs without ever lifting a weight. My question: how do I bridge the gap from push-ups/pull-ups to more advanced upper body workouts?
I'm at Level 4 on Simplefit, and I couldn't do a one-handed push-up if my life depended on it, and overall I just do not have the strength for intermediate and advanced Simplefit. For you Level 7 folks, will that strength come? Can anyone recommend workouts where a one-handed pull-up or push-up is the goal?
Simplefit has gotten me more excited about my fitness than I have been in years and I know these "next steps" are months in the future, but I'd like to start setting a plan and goals now. So many folks here have useful knowledge and I just wanted to pick some brains. What did you do once doing 50 pull-ups was a reality instead of a goal?