I've been recently taking time off from my MMA gym and experimenting with other styles of martial arts within the traditional realm such as JKD and Wing Chun. As far as my current plan I've been doing some of the exercises from Barbarian Uprising/KOC that I've seen on youtube since I have not had that finances to buy the program entirely and this is for my Mod days, on my Hi days I've been doing a MMA flow complex by Eric Wong, and then No day is Joint mobility with Wing Chun/Tai Chi mixed in, and then low day is jogging/shadowboxing with Prasara FLock of Pigeons or hatha/vinyasa Sun Salutation, etc. traditional yoga. I've been incorporating grappling at my university's gym that has a club a few times a week and stand-up sparring when I get a chance. I have been unsure if my training has become cocktailing, since I am not preparing for any competitions as of late and trying to figure out my martial arts pathway. Since, I've been venturing into the realm of both streetfighting, self-defense, and MMA style martial arts systems that sort of combine all that together. I want to know what the opinion of other CST members with martial arts background will be on Jeet Kune Do/FMA style philosophy. I've changed up the exercises after a month for my mod day with the Clubbell®, but unsure if I should stick with my flow complex metcon for another month. Since, I'm not focused in on a specific thing I want to progress specifically in, I'm sort of all over the place at the moment. Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated.