The single biggest difference between military training and civilian training is this, in the military you have to pass a fitness test. They have fitness tests in law enforcement agencies too, and I would guess probably for bouncers and guards as well. These professional meat heads have developed routines specifically made to improve strength and performance, rather than just bravado. If you are struggling and have come to a plateau in your physical development then you could use these types of routines.
Routine 1: 15 Day PFT
Most physical fitness tests consist of three main parts: pushups, sit ups and usually a 1.5 mile run. Here is an exercise routine where we are going to get you to increase your pushups and sit ups by 50-100% and greatly improver your run too. Oh yeah, and we are going to do it all in just fifteen days. The trick to this routine is putting emphasis on pushups and situps one day and then putting emphasis on running the next. Increase the intensity each day. On day 11 you should take a rest until day 15 when you test.
Routine 2:20 Minute Circuit Workout
This workout is designed to promote weight loss and muscle expansion. The trick to this is switching between multiple routines. For example start on a bench press move to squats then do some pull ups and continue on to a jog etcetera. once one muscle group has been worn out move to the next. This is going to get your heart rate raised to an extremely high level for an extended amount of time, which is very good for your health.
Routine 3. Burbees
Burbees have been used by the military for training their soldiers. This simple exercise is a full body routine that is part anaerobic and part aerobic. It works every single muscle from toe to the tips of the fingers when they are raised above the head.