I'd think that's more a matter of what you have in your gym. But fundamentally, sure, you can build a decent program around Hammer Strength stuff (presuming you're training for size and/or fat loss, not strictly strength).
All sorts of rows and pulldowns (I love, I mean love the Hammer Strength DY row and would buy one for my house if I had the chance), HS shoulder presses supplemented with a variety of dumbbell lateral variations, a bajillion HS chest press variations. Those are obvious basics. The only thing would be to make sure you're hitting legs and arms enough.