Yeah, what I decided on is short, high intensity sprinting (25m, 50m, 100m, shuttle sprints) on Tuesday, no weights that day, and then longer, tempo intervals (400, 800m) on Thursday, also no weights that day. Saturdays I either do an easy 4mi run or about 25 minutes of hill sprints.
My prowler conditioning is usually around 10 pushes, I sometimes pair them with another exercise like farmer's carry, front squats for high reps, KB swings, things like that. Those sessions usually take around 15-20 minutes of non-stop work.
I have to admit, the idea of bulking is new to me, and being someone who has always been very lean, I don't like the idea of gaining unnecessary body fat. But, I'm starting to understand that in order to get bigger and stronger you have to accept that you will gain a little fat, even on the cleanest of bulks. I'm coming to terms with that. I'm keeping the conditioning in place though, because, frankly, I like being well conditioned. I don't like the idea of getting winded walking up the stairs to my apartment.