Please point me to any threads that already answer such questions if they exist, I couldn't seem to find any.
I'm staying in a dorm for my first year of college, and would like to use the chance to muscle up a bit in the meantime before (hopefully) getting into the combatives class this coming spring. My schedule is too irregular (at this point, hope to change) to get to the gym, and I'm totally unfamiliar with gym culture (if there is one) and etiquette, along with embarrassingly simple **** like which bar to use for what. All things I intend to fix in due time, but what seems to be working for me now is a few small workouts throughout the day.
I'm quite skinny (on a bad day, I border underweight on the BMI scale) with very, very little body fat (no data, just...well, if you saw me, you'd agree). I've got one set of handweights (15s, they're doing the trick for now) and a jump rope (seems to be better for quick cardio than roadwork, but please correct me if I'm wrong). There's no room for a bench, but there is a solid enough chair.
To actually get to the question, what are the things I should be doing with my set-up? I like my push-ups (best is 85 with good form), need to do more jumpropeing, and there isn't a carpet in the building that makes sit-ups any more comfortable than the linoleum. I intend to delve more into burpees soon. I left my Karate back in my hometown, and it was primarily a cardio/flexibility focused affair (point sparring is the only local stuff...*shudder*), and boxing will actually start up for me some time in October, but it's gonna happen.
Thanks in advance for any advice/guidance.