I find it a bit too much if u train hard with 8-12 reps to lose strength, especially if u do the same weight more or less than u was doing before for only 1-6 reps but there are many ways to do it. One is to train once strength and once for mass, and u propably got one more for either strength-endurance or focusing on one of the above again.
Other way is to cycle between strength-mass-strength endurance
Lets say u do 30kg pull ups and u do them for 3reps, slowly u ll be able to do them for 6-7 reps then it starts to kick in more mass than strength , then slowly u pass the 12 reps and it goes more to strength endurance, then after lets say 15 reps u increase the weight.
The simplest way is to just train hard on both strength and strength endurance and eat harder, if u progress and u slowly gain weight with the right way the fat gain will be little and the muscle gain more, so u ll get bulkier without overthinking about such things.
Hope it helped
Goals: Be able to do bar-barians requirements in less than 10 mins, 10 good form one hand push ups, 15 pistols, Be able to do one hand holds on bar and controlled negatives, 1 min hanging l-sit, backlever hold for 5+ secs, advanced tucked FL for 5+ secs, advanced tucked planche for 8+secs etc etc
Long Goal (till summer): My 1st OAC,good BL hold, FL hold, bent arm planche, free handstand push ups, l-sit to handstand on handles, v-sit hold on floor