Strength is also a skill too.
You can be strong, yet not have the right strength for a given situation.
It is in this knowledge things can become rather frustrating because we all want to progress, to become the best version of ourselves or whatever idealistic tome you wish to follow.
In truth you’ve just got to look at the big picture called life and see what kind of strength YOU will need the majority of the time.
When you’ve established this you can devote the bulk of your training time to that, then save say 20% of that time for other training styles (be those strength, endurance, anaerobic etc) that you enjoy to keep you consistent.
Obviously you can simply choose to train in the way you most enjoy, nothing wrong with that approach so long as you remember it might not be the most productive path for you to live your best life, yet that’s on you.
The next time you get stuck or feel at a loss for training ask yourself these questions –
1 – What strength do I need?
(physical, endurance, cardiovascular etc)
2 – Why do I need this style of training?
(the purpose of it all)
3 – How long & how often will I need to do this for?
(answer this one honestly)
These questions three will help you gain some clarity for your training and allow you to make the most optimal choices.