*No this isn't a thread about whether one is superior than the other.
Hey guys, so I have to meet some requirements for Fitness screenings in a year and I have to get my bodyweight exercise reps up. Examples are getting to around 100-200 push-ups under 2 minutes or more , same with dead hang pull-ups (maybe aiming for approx 40 reps) etc. and I would have to train for endurance when running (high 13s for the beep test). So I've decided to start doing some calisthenics to train for functionality and endurance.
However, I have a gym membership and have been following a solid beginner program and making good progression for nearly a year now and don't want to look too small either if I decide to do calisthenics. How would I go about combining these two, if that's even possible? Or is there a better solution, maybe seperating the days?
The current workout I do is created by all pros beginner routine (2 working sets of squats, bench press, bent over rows, shoulder presses, rdls, finally calf raises and bicep curls)
Thanks in advance