A sample week:
A split might be upper push/pull and lower/core/bridge:
3x 4-6, move on to harder progression when I can get 3x6.
Example Push/pull upper:
1a) Hand stand push ups: 3x6, move to hands elevated on blocks to increase difficulty.
1b) 1 arm pull up progression: 3x3e arm. Pull up with one arm and a finger, release finger and try to ease down. I've never been able to get a 1 arm pull up.
2a) 1 arm push ups. 3x6. Move to 1 arm on a ring, or decline 1 arm push ups.
2b) Inverted rows. Usually just 3x8-10.
3a) Hinge dips. 3x6-8. Start on fore arms, hinge forward, then dip up.
3b) Pull ups. Maybe 3x ~8 slow.
1a) Pistols 3x4-6 each leg. Add counter weight as needed.
1b) Hanging leg raises. 3-8 or so, shin to bar.
2a) Box jumps 3x5
2b) Roll outs 3-8 or so.
3a) Bridge holds 3x10-20 seconds
3b) L-sit holds 3x10-20 seconds
Sprints or loaded carries.
I also do workouts where I'm just doing BW without super hard progressions. So it might just be pull ups/push ups EMOM. Try 20 push ups / 10 pull ups EMOM (so every other minute you'd do push ups), and shoot for 200 push ups, 100 pull ups. I like these because they aren't as mentally taxing as 1 armed varieties, and lets me get a good workout in 20-30 minutes.
I also like to do explosive work. Like plyo push up varieties, muscle ups, and knee tuck jumps. I often do a few rounds of these at the beginning. I keep reps to 5 or less on these.