I used to have the same concern regarding girevoy sport, that it will neglect my strength. However, while it is not likely to make you squat three times bodyweight you will be stronger than most of your contemporaries. Do you reckon you can jerk two 32 kg bells for 10 minutes and be weak?
However yet, training for ten minute event is pretty grueling, so settling for 5 minutes is reasonable. Ten or five minutes, the principles of training would be the same.
First, technique is the most important aspect. I trained under Rudnev, but you can probably find live GS coaches close to where you live. Be careful with Youtube videos, there is a lot of rubbish. I would advise to get one consultation or even one month coaching with Rudnev, it works via Internet pretty well. Don't neglect the technique; I injured my back repeatedly doing long cycle incorrectly.
Second, there are many simple progressions you can follow. You can check my old GS blog: https://girevoysportafter40.blogspot.com
This template worked well for me at the beginning:
https://girevoysportafter40.blogspot.co ... in-gs.html
You can skip steps 1 and 2. Mind you, when you manage five minutes with heavier bells it gets to grueling to go full distance every training session, and you will have to tweak load and time, especially for two handed lifts.
Definitely start with light bells. I promise you that even a couple of 12 kg bells for 10 minutes will make you regret choosing this sport. Time under the bells is a factor not many people understand until they try it.
In terms of lifts - my all time favorite is two bell jerk. I think it's the most brutal. It just feels so tight and hard, you get weird pleasure from it. Nothing wrong with one armed lifts though: once again, can you call Dunn weak, lifting 32 kg for 10 minutes?