Oh wait, you're serious. Fuck.
I would recommend focus. Certain exercises and training methodologies have carryover, but it's never total.
I would recommend accurately assessing your training age. What are your lifts like?
Then I would recommend assessing your goal. And that is goal, as in singular, one. In theory, you can chase multiple goals at the same time. In practice, the narrower your definition of success is, the more likely you are to achieve it.
Gymnastics, calisthenics, plyometrics, and different lifts are all tools. Choose what's will best adapt you to your goals.
Then figure a specific attribute to develop, and a way to measure that. Are you working on conditioning? Max strength? Skill? And how will you measure progress?
Answer those, and then come up with a program to develop the attributes you need to better at this stage in your development.
I'm sorry if I come off like an asshole, but it seems like your training has been many and varied so much you've yet to achieve anything significant, and that if you continue with the 'general fitness' template you'll only be wasting your time.