The transition from school to "the real world" has meant plenty of changes in my schedule, most unfortunately being a lot less time to train for myself. I'm not fooling anyone, I'm not a competitve strongman or powerlifter, so it's honestly not that big of deal to me, life goes on. However, I still need to train and feel like hell if I don't - but reality is, at the end of the day, I don't even want to think about all the things that go into a program. I feel like a my own worst nightmare customer - I don't give a shit about core stability, I just want to lift, burn fat, and get out. So I've found that simplicity (weird concept) makes things a whole lot easier at the end of the day, and at the same time I've been getting some quality work in. These have become my mindless go-to workouts.
SL KB Squat off Box
Ab wheel if I can't think of an excuse not to
Some kind of Push Up
DB Front Pitcher Squat
Chin or Pull up
Sit on a bench, - yes I plan for it - because pitcher squats and pull ups back to back suck.
DB Complex 6reps each, 6x, 1:00 rest:
Split Squat to Press (alt which leg forward each round)
1L RDL and Row (3each)
Bent over Row
Alt 1L Push Up
Squat to Press
Way simple. The worst part is these are the kind of workouts that trainers are making money on the internet as the "secrets of mucle building" and "fat loss", and "core training". It's no secret, it's f'ing common sense.