Practice the essentials of base-building in endurance and strength.
Remove the entertainment factor from training.
Remove the cool internet trends.
What is left?
For the first two years or so of your endurance training career at least 99% of your efforts should go to slow steady training,at a conversational pace. Zone 1 and 2 for those with gadgets. Throw in some occasional strides and drills to work on range of motion and good technique. This will help develop a loose stride and appropriate range of motion. Eat to support your training, not the other way around. Pay attention and learn something about yourself.
Do large compound movements: squat, bench, overhead press, deadlift, working up to a weight that is heavy for you but crisp and manageable. Deviate only in case of injury. Lift no more than three times each week. Do chins, pullups and rows. Do a lift or two that you enjoy. Progress slowly but steadily. For health and recovery purposes get some light cardio in several times a week or daily if you keep it reasonable. Do this at a conversational pace. Stick with one program for at least 6 months. Continue on a linear progression for as long as possible. Eat to support your training, not the other way around. Pay attention and learn something about yourself.