Practice something that you suck at, then practice something that you rock at. But do not go too heavy and get frustrated, nor should you think you're a rock star when practicing your great skill movement, Just be like water and move fluidly.
1.) Snatch Balance 10-15 x 3-5
2A.) Rope Climb 4x1
2B.) Double Unders 4x50
There is a lot of talk nowadays about becoming a better athlete or to be more fit, you absolutely must spend most of your time doing the things that you hate, or suck at. While there is validity in these statements, you must be careful not to take it too far. If you are good at something, then damn it, you should enjoy it and work your butt off to be really great. Specialize in what you are great at, but do not neglect your weaknesses. Some people have the problem where they spend all of their time working hard to eliminate their weakness, and they allow the great skills to diminish. Do not let that happen, it is your great skill set that is your money maker. Maybe you could get a scholarship or something, who knows, but don't lose your flavor.
To summarize, work hard to eliminate your weakness, but work even harder on the things you enjoy and are good at, because it takes great discipline to be great at something, and we want you to be known for something phenomenal. Think about it, the worlds best pitchers make millions of dollars to throw a hard ball, but nobody gives a shit if they can do a crab walk or clean double bodyweight. My point is, I want you to cross train, but if you are on to something great, keep working hard on that skill and don't give up on it before you reach your max potential.