Working out at a gym has its disadvantages: getting there's a hassle, there's always sweat on the machines, and that dude in the steam room keeps asking for help getting jacked, which is weird, because in 17 years, nobody's ever seen him lift a single weight. Giving you a routine that can be done in the secure confines of your own home, the crew at CrossFit Love.
CL just brought their nontraditional workout routine to a tight-but-airy former garage space in Fishtown, and they've hooked us up with a bunch of off-the-bench exercises they do, which you can reproduce using stuff around your home.
This leg/ back/ cardio workout's done by lifting and flipping a tractor tire at the gym, but can be mimicked at home by repeatedly lifting your vinyl collection, that tube TV you still haven't thrown away, or something even heavier, like that feeling of despair you get when all you own is some records and an old TV.
In the gym, you lug kettle balls a long-ish distance to work the legs, back and arms, but CL recommends you do it by hoisting those post-shopping grocery bags, though if you shopped at Whole Foods, you've probably been worked over already. Heyooo!
Instead of hunching over a weight-laden sled and moving it down Tilghman St to work every muscle in your body to exhaustion, you can do it by pushing a buddy- (or large dog-) laden couch across your floor; none of this, of course, applies if you have a futon, because then no matter how out of shape you are, you are constantly getting laid.
Normally, this works your shoulders/ arms/ cardio with a 60lb sandbag swung between your legs and up to your chest, which you can emulate with a backpack full of heavy books or a sack of rice -- weird, as the former Buc usually did most of the sacking himself.
Once you've mastered these or kissed your security deposit goodbye, hit up the gym, where they'll get you on a schedule of swinging sledges and lugging weights to get you working your ass off, as opposed to your old gym that just wanted to work your ass.