Hello everyone. Thanks for reading and taking your time to answer and give advice. I honestly do not have time during Mondays - Thursdays to workout. Got work in the AM then school at night. If I had time to exercise, trust me I would do it. So to my idea; Do my workouts on Friday/Sat/Sun (3 consecutive days) and then on Tues/Thurs I will do dumbbell complex routines for cardio and to help keep my body in that workout mode throughout the week so I do not lose any muscles gained. The Dumbbell Complex routines consists of (which I will do on Tues & Thurs) DUMBBELL COMPLEX 1 Exercise 1: Close-Hands Pushup Exercise 2: Dumbbell Skiier Swing Exercise 3: Overhead Split Squat DUMBBELL COMPLEX 2 Exercise 1: Twisting Curls Exercise 2: Overhead Triceps Extension Exercise 3: Single-Arm Deadlift The idea is to do Dumbbell Complex 1(DC1) in a circuit fashion. Meaning, 30secs each exercise without breaks in-between. After I finish all 3, I take a 90sec break then do Dumbbell Complex 2 (DC2) in the same way. That would two sets done. (Finishing DC1 would be the first set). I would do this for about 5-6 sets. On Fri/Sat/Sun I will do this workout routine Day 1 – Push 1. abs workout 2. dumbbell press 3sets, 10-12 reps 3. dumbbell flys 3sets, 10-12 reps 4. alternating dumbell press 3sets, 10-12 reps 5. side raise 3sets, 10-12 reps 6. dumbbell french press 3sets, 10-12 reps Day 2 – Pull 1. overhand pullups 3sets, 10-12 reps 2. barbell row 3sets, 10-12 reps 3. underhand pullups 3sets, 10-12 reps 4. dumbbell curls 3sets, 10-12 reps 5. hammer curls 3sets, 10-12 reps Day 3 – Legs 1. abs 2. lunges 3sets, 10-12 reps 3. SDL 3sets, 10-12 reps 4. calf raises 3sets, 10-12 reps 5. goblet chair squats 3sets, 10-12 reps Thank you for any and all advice. If this is a stupid idea, I would love to hear of other alternatives to my situation. Also, I am currently working out at home with dumbbells and a pull-up bar.