Why are animals so weak against environmental change compared to humans (no matter if it's a desert, jungle or city, the human will always adapt to its environment)?
Humans don't adapt well on their own, they are just good at building artificial things to help them adapt. A human will be inferior in the desert compared to desert-specialized animals but (as a group) has ways of building shelter, drilling a well to find water ... Humans will freeze to death in winter unless they build themselves houses with heating (or at lest keep a fire going in their cave). Some will even fail at the simple task of walking barefoot across a rocky field.
So, humans compensate for their weak adaptation by building tools, which allows them to become more universalist than many other species.
If by "combat sports" you mean anything where direct physical contact is the norm (which could include boxing, martial arts, mixed martial, other fights, together with collision sports including American football and rugby) my suggestion would be to speak to coaches about these various sports.You mention building strength, so strength is typically specific to a sport rather than
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