For strength training, I like high intensity strength circuits. It accomplishes a lot in a short amount of time! For cardiovascular training, I think a mix of steady state training (walking, running, etc) and intervals (sprints, tabata training, etc) are the most effective for overall fitness and health!
I like short, interval cardio training using the triathlon modalities and alternating between events (swim, bike, run).
I enjoy adding in short circuit training sessions with either strength training using body weight, dumbbells or trx. Or high intensity, Tabata style plyometric sessions.
For pure enjoyment, I love long walk or hikes.
For cardio: walking my dog. I know, it’s far from perfect but it gets me into the park where I enjoy to be, and I make sure that a create enough speed intervals as we head from tree to tree 🙂
Else, I MELT every day, using both length and strength techniques which focus on core and shoulder and hip girdle. I enjoy the small mindful movements of MELT Strength. When I use free weights, I like to combine them with balls and Bosus.