What you are focused on, what you regularly spend your time and efforts toward, often become strong points and reward in terms of results realized.
There is a philosophy that you should “go with your strengths.”
You take any innate abilities, natural talents and double-down, focus and push those intrinsic qualities.
Some things in this life will come easy, some will demand an effort that will push you harder and demand more from you than anything you ever experience.
You can be at the absolute very top of your game, your field, your occupation, or your interest, but there may be an underlying weakness or vulnerability. It might not show up for years or decades, but it is there in the shadows, waiting……
What is yours?
The act of building your body is a perfect analogy. Some exercises, body-parts, movements or techniques will be easy for you and fit like a glove, while others will be blundering and awkward even at basic, elementary levels.
We all have strengths. We all have weaknesses.
Even the great Achilles had that issue with his heel.