Minimalist Weight routine - terrible idea?
I like to do weight training, because I enjoy lifting and also I like the benefits I start seeing after a few weeks. But I don't really have the time or patience to do the kind of routines I usually see in boxing manuals or fitness websites, where you have like 15-25 different exercises you're supposed to do to have a complete workout.
Personally, I like to go to the gym, do 5 x 5 on the bench press with pretty high weight, then do as many sets of 10 pull-ups as I can, then stretch. When I'm at home I do six sets of 20 pushups with 60 second intervals, then 4 minutes of putting my hands under my butt and elevating my legs and shoulders while lying on my back (looking at getting an ab wheel now that I'm only wokring endurance instead of strength with that), then maybe 30 hindu squats with no weight or maybe a 10 pound weight if I'm in the mood.
Just today the doc said I can start jogging again, so I also add in say 15 minutes of jogging before my workout.
Does this sound okay, or am I going to have some big problems because I'm not doing reverse dumbell fly's or standing reverse olympic clean-and-jerk dumbell triple deltoid elevations?
P.S: I eat right and take a whey supplement with some milk after my pushups and squats.