Years of planning, testing and tweaking has gone into The Strength Sessions Programme. Here's a quick overview of the types of exercises in it so you can get your mind around the structure:
--> Every month there's a single-leg squat -- Swapping between different styles. Every other month we do Kettlebell Swings as well. That's pretty much all your leg training. If you get really good at squats and swings, you will have great legs. That's all you need to focus on. You can add and tweak ite in tim -- if you want to, if you need to -- but onn;y once you've earnt the right by provving you can get it done consistently.
--> We always train 2 or 3 exercises from the 'Pull' category: that's Chin Ups, Body Rows and Hangs. The Chin Ups and Hangs each get trained in different styles 3 months out of 4. With one month off giving you what should be a nice break from each, while you put more energy into the others. The Body-Rows get big focus in month 3 and 4, with the Modified Back Support giving us a different way to train scapula retraction in Month 2.
--> Push-Ups get trained directly 3 months out of 4, but you’ll also develop serious pushing strength on the pushing focused gymnastic holds (particularly the Planche and Bent-Arm Handstand moves).
--> The gymnastic holds get trained every other month, and in two styles: static holds and pulsing reps.
--> In month 1 and 3, we train the L-Sit and the Bent-Arm Planche progressions.
--> In months 2 and 4, we train the two Handstands (straight arm and bent arm) and the Straight-Arm Planche positions.
--> Each month there’s one main ab exercise, which is enough, considering there’s a lot of extra indirect ab work on things like the Chin Ups, the L-Sits, the Planches and the hangs.
Here's a pretty grid I made all by myself using a spreadsheet and a colour code for quick programme reference. I suggest you take a screenshot and get it tattooed onto your forearm so you always have it to hand.