There are 6 components to any fitness training program and they are:
How far can you run?
How many times can you curl the same dumbbell without a rest?
What's the heaviest dumbbell that you can curl once?
Can you curl a dumbbell with your right hand while doing a lateral raise with your left hand all while completing a squat?
Do you have a healthy distribution of lean tissue to fat tissue?
Are the muscles working together so that one muscle can reach full of range of motion while the opposing muscle fully relaxes?
The last component is what we will focus on this week. Did you know that when I'm watching you squat, I'm assessing if your hips and ankles are mobile enough to allow you to reach a full range of motion? It can be impossible to ever do a movement correctly if the opposing muscles are too tight. I always say: Congrats, you can curl a lot of weight, but can you tricep kickback the same weight or can you connect your hands behind your body? We can't be really good at one component of fitness. We need to put value into all 6 areas in order to be in peak fitness!
*He is super long winded with his explanations but at least he's good to look at while he's talking!