You can get just as good of a workout in at home if you have enough weight to work with. One thing I would suggest is getting a pull up bar. Next I’m going to assume you are not super experienced, As you grow chest and back, arms will come up in the process. Arms actually get over worked often. They are smaller muscle groups and it’s easy to tax them. As for setting up a split there are so many ways you can do it. You could do push, pull , legs. 3 workouts. Then if you do a 4th that week, start over. so it could be Monday -push. Tuesday- Pull. Thursday-legs. And if you wanted to do more training, then say Friday - Push. Then when you do your first workout of the next week, it would be pull. Then legs. So always following that pattern. Each time you train, I would do 2-3 exercise for 3-4 sets per body part. So for push, you would do Chest, Shoulders, Tricep. then Pull would be back and biceps. Being that you will be training from how you will be limited on exercise choice but that’s ok. You want to focus as much as you can on your big basic compound lifts.