This Fall, I started taking Hapkido lessons once a week (and light GTG style practice every day). Have experience with Strongfirst principles and strength training, but this is my first venture into martial arts (37 y/o). I love it and expect it to be a lifelong pursuit. Have achieved Timeless Simple and am working my way towards the timed standard, can press 40kg with either arm and competently snatch 24kg for reps. I expect martial arts to be my priority, but of course, I want to continue improving strength and conditioning. Keep doing S&S "by the book" with timed tests? Drop the timed S&S sessions and do 2 "talk test" sessions per week? Experienced/strong enough to do Q&D, or stick to S&S until timed standard? Also have access to barbell. Thank you for any feedback. Patrick p.s. I own Jon Engum's 'Trembling Shock.' It's a wonderful book with lots of great ideas, but more geared for coaches who can control the training than a "do this" book for trainees, in my opinion. Also, I have no plans to fight competitively and practice Hapkido for self defense, health, fun, etc.