I have a child with type one diabetes, so the gym has been off limits to me since COVID hit. The good thing about it is I saw it coming and quickly grabbed a bunch of home workout gear before the shelves ran dry! Ergo, I have had to create entirely new routines incorporating a pair of 95lb adjustable dumbells, pushup handles, a pullup bar, plyo box, sliders, adjustable kettlebells, a TRX, weighted vest, and an adjustable bench. To be honest, I'm in better shape than ever! I don't have tons of plates at my disposal, but the moves I have started to incorporate, some of which I may have looked at sideways before, have proved to be challenging and very effective. One such addition is the pistol squat. Holy Hell. I quickly realized that no matter how many barbell squats, sled pushes, deadlifts, leg presses, etc. I have done in my life, they all meant exactly squat because...I couldn't even do ONE pistol when I started on this new regimen back in March. I'm still working on my form and am continuing to do plenty of other single leg exercises (weighted step-ups, lunges, etc.) but man, what a brutally effective and simple exercise. Anyone else here finding similar gains with these?