A descending ladder of triceps dips and extended arm plank/knee taps. Your triceps make up 2/3 of your upper arm so it’s important to give them targeted attention. Remember, you’re still working your shoulders and triceps when in a plank so again, this is a superset style ladder.
Push-up Ladder (bodyweight strength) - a descending ladder of push-ups and forearm planks. Sounds simple but remember - you are still contracting many of the same muscles when you plank as you use when performing push-ups so this takes on bit of a superset style ladder.
A descending ladder of sit-ups and mountain climbers. Both moves challenge your abs in different ways: sit-ups in a time under tension manner, mountain climbers as dynamic ab work so again, a superset style ladder.
Grab a set of medium/heavy dumbbells and get ready for an intense descending ladder of chest presses (with glute bridges) and push-ups. This is a major superset strength ladder that will leave your chest and shoulders FULLY STOKED.