There are so many different styles of training and at least one of them is sure to suit your needs, ability and goals.
When it comes to selecting the right style for you and your goals, it's important to remember the main reason you're doing it in the first place.
What are your goals?
How much of a commitment is it?
What are you willing to do on a long term basis to continue to improve? I can't think of any styles of training that only require a short term commitment then that's it. Training is mostly about repetitions and therefore the more you do, the better you get. The more you improve. The greater the results.
Once you understand these questions and have good solid answers for them can you make the right decision for yourself. Most of the time, the decision you make IS the right one at the time. You'll know.
You'll know because it feels right. You'll be motivated to go even when you don't want to. It doesn't matter how early it is, or how cold outside, nothing gets in your way, going to your happy place is what motivates you to keep going and push harder than ever before.
You'll love every workout, even the really hard ones. You'll love the process, and not resent being there. As soon as resentment creeps in, you've fallen out of love with the gym/space/style/trainer/members and it's time to move on of try and shift your thinking.
We know that not one style fits everybody, hence the diversity in Eltham alone for gyms and training studios. On our block alone (roughly 500m x 500m) there is 9 health/fitness facilities all offering a similar, yet very different style of training. It is because of this that helps keep the industry strong. From commercial gyms, to strong man lifting, to yoga and pilates, to martial arts, to ours, which is a Group Personal Training studio. We specialise in delivering a higher quality service where members receive actual personal training, in a group setting, delivering value for money and something that you can stick to and commit to long term.
So regardless of what you enjoy doing, or what you think you enjoy doing, get out there, try a few different styles and find what works for you. Not just with the actual training style, but the people in it too, they make all the difference.