All posts must be at least vaguely fitness related. This can include questions relating to kettlebells, barbells, martial arts, etc.
No shills. Self promotion is allowed.
If you're going to be an asshole, be an informative asshole.
@Demonic_Mime's beginner routine can be found here and here. Very simple and low-volume.
Reddit's Beginner Routine (Archive Link) is well-balanced in terms of movements and goals, and popular. The bodyline drills and the dynamic stretching are optional for people looking to save time, but a wrist warm-up is strongly recommended. Needs more lower-body work.
Anthony Arvanatakis' 6-Day Beginner Routine. -Well-rounded routine for people who want to work out every day. Good for absolute beginners.
You Are Your Own Gym(Book/App) by Mark Lauren-Very solid routine, includes programming. It's more of a conditioning program than a strength program. Good exercise descriptions.
Convict Conditioning(Book) by Paul Wade-While it's an entertaining read, it's a terrible program with awful progressions. Avoid it. Convict Conditioning 2. C-Mass, and Explosive Calisthenics are all recommended for non-beginners looking for ideas.
Solitary Fitness(Book) -Charles Bronson wrote it, so naturally it's not for sane people. I would read it anyway, and make a post here if you ever try anything he suggests.
Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy(Book) by Brett Contreras-Good for finding alternative exercises and working around injuries, there's an impressive variety of leg exercises. Program is lacking in good progressions and is primarily focused on conditioning.
Overcoming Gravity(book) by Stephen Lowe -Contains a lot of useful information on program design, isometric training, and ring work. Recommended for intermediates.
@Agitprop on Neck Training
@Agitprop on increasing push-up repetitions.
Antranik's Video on how to do a Push-up.
@Demonic_Mime on Key Tenets of BWF.
@HumanityProxy's Thoughts on Finding Workout Equipment.
Strength Unbound Article on Rest-Pause Training.