First, I guess I should state my goals and equipment.. my goals are to increase my upper body strength significantly, particularly in my shoulders and arms. The equipment I have available to me at the moment are my body and two parallettes made out of PVC pipe (crossfit journal article). Possible future equipment, an adjustable kettlebell (1-2 pood, usa kettlebell), and if I'm really lucky, rings.
Me: 6' tall, 160 lb, 20 year old, male.
Goals: planche, freestanding handstand / hspu, l-sit, maybe press to handstand.
Current ability: I can support myself with my knees to my chest for a good amount of time (not sure exactly how long), a low l-sit for a few seconds at most, and a (not horizontal yet) ball planche for maybe 5-10 seconds. My best handstand hold is ~5 seconds (not strict form). Not even close to a handstand pushup.
Previous stuff: For a while, I was doing Barbell training, but since moving back to college at the conclusion of a long internship, I don't have a convenient place or time to travel to a gym. Stats were (as of 3 months ago):
Back squat 5rm: 200#
Bench press 5rm: 165#
Standing press 5rm: 85#
DL 5RM: 265#
Current Problem: I've read a lot of gymnastic articles and things by Coach Sommer, Drills and Skills, etc, but I haven't found a place that tells you how to program for gymnastics very much.
The Question: How should I program any sort of training for gymnastics? I can workout monday-friday, and even saturday/sunday (minus equipment, in general), but I have no idea how to structure it, or how to avoid things like possible muscle imbalances. Would ever day be the same? How many sets and reps and variations of things like push ups, sit ups should I be doing? etc.
Thank you in advance for any advice