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Postby GNARL » Feb 27, 2011 18:14

Mr. Kurz,

What is your opinion on this type of training/workout? Would you recommend it? It doesn't follow well with your work the Science of Sports Training because it seems to be anti-methodology and pro-doing random activities as they come upon you. What do you think?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKGF-ErsJiI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m61t3Obn ... re=related
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Re: Movnat

Postby Thomas Kurz » Mar 26, 2011 21:51

The concept is OK as long as you are well attuned to your body's (and mind's) readiness for effort. Such kind of exercises is usually done in active rest workouts and in transition periods. What the examples show, though, is too contrived for my taste, and the demonstrator doesn't have good sense to match exercises to the environment, therefore he shows poor running form and other unhealthy nonsense. To put it briefly, he is not natural.

As for the concept (not this particular execution) not agreeing with Science of Sports Training, I don't see it that way. The book is about "observing and adjusting." If an athlete's feel of exercise and rest is good, then there is nothing random about training, even if nothing is formally planned or recorded (although having records of workouts helps).
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Re: Movnat

Postby GNARL » Apr 05, 2011 01:08

Do you think this type of training could serve as a main form of training for martial artists or other athletes? How could it be changed to be effective as so? Here is another video, something he calls combo training. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csWBf260ins Thank you for clearing up my comparison to Science of Sports Training.
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