Basically for the last 2 months I have been training to gain better cardio and not in the slightest concerned with gaining size and raw strength. TBH I really quite dislike this training and you can train pretty much everyday or twice a day even with 1-2 days off a week if need be. I do 5 mile runs a few times a week. Hill sprints down the sand dunes every Sunday for up to 90 minutes. Circuit training in the gym etc... stretching daily for up to 30 minutes if not more etc... I dislike this training quite a lot but do it just to gain cardio. I don't feel good from it, I feel a bit shytty truth be told. I used to train more of a bodybuilding style routine but it had it's low points for me. The bodybuilding type of training basically focusing on getting a muscular as possible and then getting strong was good and I actually enjoyed training like that. But here's my issue I have this bizarre look upon the world thinking that I need to be physically able to scrap like a cage fighter to feel worthy about myself and confident when amongst other males knowing at the end of the day I would have the upper hand over most providing I had great cardio and fighting ability. It's a weird outlook. I would love to go the steroid route and take bodybuilding seriously but their cardio is pretty bad and they don't get as much respect as someone who can fight and works harder from that point of view. What is this all about?