Hi, Some of you may have seen my previous post about me being injured. Basically I have selection for 4 Para Mid-August then Cadre in September and I have an injured knee and what I suspect to be shin splints so for this month I am staying off my feet and only doing upper body exercises. I assumed that body weight exercises may be best for preparing for the armed forces and it would mean no matter where I was I wouldn't have an excuse not to work out. I am hoping you guys might be able to give me a few tips on what I'm doing. There is a kids park right where I live so I exercise there. [/b]Mourning: Stretch my shins etc to try and aid recovery and do 20-40 Press ups & 20 dips before my shower Afternoon: Normally try and squeeze out a few random sets of press ups when ever I find the opportunity. I also use a 'Powerball' to try and improve my grip/forearm strength. Late evening: Go to the park when I do rope climbs, dips, pull ups monkey bars and other strange variations of upper body exercises. Night: 10 - 15 Crunches before bed I do this almost every day leaving some days for rest days when my muscles are sore after waking up although I still do the press ups and dips before my shower on the rest days because I promised myself I would do it everyday for the rest of the month. What do you think of my workout? I'm pretty slim so sit ups aren't that much of a challenge but maybe I should add more ab work outs? Am I doing too much in one day? I pretty much do every up body exercise I can think of while at the park, should I split the days into groups etc Back-Biceps one day, tri's-shoulders-abs another? or is it fine just blasting my upper body everyday allowing for rest days? Is there any exercise I should concentrate on more than any other? Or am I missing any upper body work outs I should be doing? Thanks.