It's crazy how people point the finger at us regarding the supposed dangers of training on swiss balls and bosu balls. For starters, we teach that stuff maybe about .001 percent of the time. In our educational courses, we do literally everything with direct contact to the floor. Everything. In fact, we may teach that at the end of our 2 year program. Instead of them focusing on what we mostly do, they pick what we barely ever do. Let's nevermind that though.
Recently on a podcast, Bret Contreras brought up our unstable surface training. He apparently still assumes it is a critical part of our training. It isn't. He thinks it's unsafe, while he destroys his joints doing all the stupid shit he does.
To all the lifters out there who are soooo concerned about the masses becoming influenced by FP, potentially doing something dangerous on a swiss ball, watch this video. You guys blabber on and on about people copying my exercises on a swiss ball, stating that I am apparently inviting people to do it, while you guys think that shit on this video is OK.
If people can be influenced by videos of people standing on swiss balls, how could they not be influenced by this video? Take note idiots. MILLIONS of people do this dumb shit worldwide. How many do FP by comparison?
How do strength coaches like bret stand on a pedestal talking about safety, when they promote one rep maxes doing bilateral lifts?
Btw, if you state that olympic lifting and powerlifting are safe, let's do a study comparing performance between FP and these systems over atleast 1 year, ON 50 YEAR OLDS. You guys can shut me up by following the scientific process. Ofcourse Phds in "strength and conditioning" have no balls, and they know I'm right about olympic lifting and powerlifting. I'm sure the commentary from beta lifters will be great.
That block button will be on point. In fact, it will be on point permanently until u idiots make relevant objections.
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