My routine is pretty unorthodox.
I do only closed chain multi joint excersises.
Vertical plane day.
Done while wearing a 75 pound Mir weight vest. I train fasted in the morning.
I go from excersise to excersise with no rest.
Dead hang pull ups to failure
Dips to failure (recently switched to Gironda dips).
Hanging front levers to failure.
Squats with a 100 pound sandbag to failure.
Jump squats to failure.
I rest for 20 seconds then repeat for a total of six circuits.
Horizontal plane day done with 75 pound weight vest.
Hanging body weight rows with feet elevated, to failure.
Hanging ring push ups with feet elevated, to failure.
Roll outs to failure.
Box jumps to failure.
Pistol squats to failure.
Volume day no vest.
Same as workout one.
I've been doing this for almost a year and a half.
Once a month, I go to the gym and do the big three to gauge my strength.
Since starting this my strength on the big three has gone up.
The one rep max listed in my profile I can get for more than three on each lift.
In addition in the last three months I've managed to put on 7 pounds of lean mass.
That's my workout, I know it's pretty unconventional, but it works for me, and it's made me better at all my hobbies surfing, volleyball, surfing, basketball, and surfing.
I will have to look up the study, but I remember reading about a strong correlation between body weight movement strength and body composition changes.