Everyone has given you great ideas for conditioning.
For strength try the following, it will cover all major muscles with the weight you have and allow you to work in the high weight lower rep range.
Find a place to do pull ups and dips, when you can, tie the weight to your waist. Weighted pullups are excellent and weighted dips are a fine replacement if not equal to bench press.
For upper body shoulder press, do handstand pushups, against a wall for assistance and balance until you can rep your body weight, which should take some time to build up.
For upper body row, tie a rope to your car and pull it, using a rowing motion, using your legs to assist when needed obviously.
Lastly, legs. Push that damned car, using deep steps/lunges to get a full ROM. Also, push it whith your back facing it to develop different muscles.
There you go. You won't have to buy a thing! Cheap as hell, and will get you strong.
Originally Posted by LI GUY 1
I'm thinking a pull up bar will be my next investment.
Glad I stumbled on this thread as I don't have access to a lot of equipment either. I'll have to try some of these workouts myself. (diesels's reminds me a lot of the type of conditioning we had to do in Judo)