Just saw the article titled Simplify your Strength Programming Using Die-Rolled Variability and want to say the timing couldn't be better. I'm heading to visit my family in Florida in a few days and it seems just the right way to still train as without being too beat up to still do my martial arts training at the dojo down the road from my parents' house. It was just what the doctor ordered for my leave period strength and conditioning work and in the span of my lunch hour I drew up a kettlebell program complemented by easy roadwork and basic calisthenics at easy volumes as I already do. For the exercises, I selected the military press and goblet squat for the grinds (done in a press with one arm, press with the other, then the goblet squats in a slow circuit). Ballistics will be kettlebell snatches @ 24KG. I'll be sure to post an 'end of the cycle' review. I only have three kettlebells at my parents' house, a 32KG, a 24KG, and a 16KG. It looks like the probabilities of me getting the middle intensities have therefore doubled (the 2-5 faces of a die are for the 24KG bell with the '1' value being for the 16KG bell). That's not strictly a bad thing. I also considered having even probabilities for all three, i.e. 5 or 6 equals use the 32KG, 3 or 4 the 24KG, and 1 or 2 the 16KG as well. I'm still ruminating as to which would work better, but I've got a few days yet. Thank you @Arryn Grogan for the article. It was just what the doctor ordered.