Legs shouldn’t be that much of a problem.
-You have bulgarian split squats which you can pretty much load up as heavy as you can handle and have weight for.
-Kettelbell swings, but use the dumbbell. Be sure you have really secure clips or double/triple up on them. You can find a way to rig up a band too.
-band leg curls and leg extensions
-natural ghr negatives and also just bent knee back extensions
-skater squats, pistol squats if ur super mobile
-lunges of all kinds
-goblet squats for me become more about getting the bell in position and upper back strength, i don’t love them, but I find unilateral work in that position helps with those short comings
-db romanian RDLs
-1 arm db snatches, these are fun
-gliding leg curls
There’s more, but that’s just off the top of my head.
The most limiting thing about bodyweight/db’s is that ur not going to be doing things like heavy singles/doubles/triples or clusters or anything like that but you can still cover almost all your athletic/muscular bases and you can still hit that ~8RM zone which will still bring plenty of strength gains.
Here’s a couple of ideas I just love for horizontal pressing. I actually have the equipment and weight to bench press, but do this instead because of how hard I push these without fucking with my shoulders:
Standing Press has been messing with me and I don’t have an incline bench to set up to a high incline so I do pike push ups and arnold presses now. Right now, feet on a bench pike push ups are kicking my but, but I’ve played around with the 2x4 idea with pike push ups too and it will work. I use push up handles and a hole I dug in the backyard for full ROM.
I’m just bring up the 2x4 option because it’s a cheap way to really load up your horizontal press. I’ve gone as heavy as tough triples. I wouldn’t go heavier because compensation patterns occur when your upper body isn’t strong enough like sagging hips and not properly engaging the serratus (scapular protraction) so as far as loading and progression I think of it like a barbell row.
By the way, I much prefer a 2x6, it’s more stable on the hips and gives your toes or feet more wiggle room.