Hi everybody, I have recently started S&S and I'm doing great, really happy with the routine. Working with 16 kg bell at the moment. The thing is that I travel a lot and work as a ship surveyor, so sometimes I end up in a remote location for a week without access to kettlebells. I don't think it is a good idea not to train for several days in a row, so I'm looking for some alternatives to stick as close to the S&S program with no access to KB. Below a few ideas: If I have access to barbells or dumbbells: - Warm up with a dumbbell. - Swing replacement: deadlifts, 10x5. - TGU replacement: TGU with dumbbell. If I don't have access to weights: - normal warm up but with no weights. - Swing replacement: maybe 1 leg hip bridges or 1 leg hip thrusts? Or single leg deadlifts BW? At least to give stimulus to the hip hinge. - TGU: maybe BW TGU and focus on technique? Not many ideas on this one. I also thought about pistols and pushups as the naked warrior. I'm able to do pistols with a light weight as counterweight, but since I've had patellar tendinosis in the past I'd rather avoid it, at least until a reach a reasonable level of strength such as the simple standard. Below some background: - relevant demographics: 33, male, 5'8" (174 cm), 176 lbs (80 kg). Body fat could be about 23%, havent checked lately. - injury history: at the moment I'm fine, but I've hade patellar tendinosis on both knees. I don't have any pain doing S&S nor squatting. Anyway, I don't think pistols are a good idea at my current level of fitness. I would do ok with lounges or high step ups or similar though. - movement history: I haven't had a Functional Movement Screen. I feel like I move ok in general, I can do a wall squat barefoot and can sit down to the deep squat position and hold there confortable for instance. - sports/competition history: I play amateur soccer once or twice a week and kiteboard once a week average. Used to play rugby until 22 yo. Have done some weight lifting during my rugby period and after (DL, squats, press), but not very consistently to be honest. Goals: my goal is to be consistent for once. Stick to S&S until the simple goal and then reassess. Await for your feedback!