First, some background. I'm a 33 (almost 34) guy. I've been fairly active most of my life doing various sports such as martial arts, rock climbing, scuba diving, etc. and going to the gym but never something which would be considered consistent. I have a KB at home which I use fairly regularly just to stay in shape.
In the past few months, due to finally taking care of some health issues, I lost about 4 kg of fat and put on about 3 kg of muscle. This was mostly due to getting my hormones balanced out. In the past few weeks I decided that I would use this kickstart to get myself in shape the way I would like.
I am not looking to be super-lean but I would like to be lean - around 10% I think would be cool. Right now, I'm at 14% more or less.
Strength wise, I pick that up fairly easily Putting on size also isn't much of a problem for me.
I know my weak-points and instead of fighting against them I intend to work around them. Here is my major weak point when it comes to nutrition - I either need variety, something which will let me change the type of diet weekly. Or I need something super structured but that doesn't take up too much of my time and that once in a while let's me "cheat" (for example for an upcoming wedding, etc).
For the past 2 weeks I've tried IF (21 hours fasting and 3 hours eating) and that I was able to do without a problem. My weak point when it comes to training - I am very bad at cardio. Probably has to do with the heat where I live (right now we're at 42 C) even though, to be honest: even before that I hated it. My body is built for moving heavy stuff.
Any and all suggestions are welcome on what I should do/ keep/ change/ etc.