Hi Marc, thank you for taking the time to read and answer my question.
I have about a year left until I get my degree and submit my apllication to Naval Officer Candidate School. I'm wanting to increase my endurance with the body weight movements (push ups, pull ups, etc.) that are tested without compromising my weighted lifts too much. Other than making sure that sufficient calories are taken in to compensate for the extra volume from the calisthenics and cardio, what would be the most optimal way implement/program both? Should I reach a daily total of push ups, pull ups, and sit ups throughout the day? Or should I use it more as a "burnout set" at the end of a workout for the relative muscle group I trained that day? (Push ups at the end of a chest, shoulder, and tricep workout for an example.) Thanks again.
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