Research shows that bodyweight workouts boost stamina, endurance, and power for most people.
It can take the body as much as 10 to 15 minutes to return to normal strength if you get a bout of cramp. If you do some light cardio and muscle strengthening you will be stronger faster for longer — which is the same as saying you can train your brain to do more than 50% better than normal at its peak.
So in most cases, if you are working out at an intensity level that you can do with one normal bodyweight lift, then you’re lifting with maximum effort, and you will gain a lot of size. Some people are not able to use one normal bodyweight lift to build size. But most people can use one normal bodyweight lift with one set of resistance, and increase that resistance level by one. The key here is having good form before you lift. Not perfect, but you can be close enough to getting great results. This is the reason it’s such a good idea to mix resistance training with cardio, and to do a combination of low weight-training and high weight-training and cardio. But the question is how many sets and reps should you do?
The body of a human being is a very complex system, and it is almost impossible to get a perfect body. So you got to know that it takes a lot of time to build size and strength, and you got to know that it takes even a longer time to recover from training. You need to develop an ability to increase your size. You need to be able to use the strength you already have. Or you need to develop muscles that can hold you up for a long time. The amount of time you need to develop is proportional to the amount of size you have.