Nothing as structured as that. Prior to my injury I was doing a routine called Simple and Sinister for the second time - it’s an extremely minimalist routine by Pavel Tsatsouline based on just the Turkish get-up and the single arm kettlebell swing. My goal was to manage all of the reps in the time limits with my 40kg kettlebell (5x1 get-ups in 10 min and 5x10 single arm swings in 5 min). After that I’d get a 48kg kettlebell and try the same with that. I’d altered the routine by adding in upper body work - the last time I did it I felt fantastic, but I definitely lost significant upper body strength.
I think my injury will put a stop to the Turkish get-ups, at least in the short term, because kneeling is meant to be really affected by the type of surgery I had. But I’d really like to continue with the single arm swings. 5x10 single arm swings in 5 min is a great test of hip, upper back and forearm strength as well as conditioning.
EDIT: Besides the above my goals weren’t very fixed at all. Just to get better gradually at my usual exercises - bench press, pull-ups, dumbbell rows for upper body and goblet squats and two-handed swings for my lower body (in addition to the Simple and Sinister goals). I’ve never had a clear overarching plan, as I’ve never trained for a specific sport or event. I’ve often picked a certain exercise, e.g. double kettlebell front squats most recently, or my 40kg clean and jerk challenge with ActivitiesGuy prior to that, and pushed them until I’m sick of them/hurt. But overall my training does not follow a set structure.