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We here are all entitled to our personal opinions, and that includes me, I hope.The point of the post was not to recommend it to most people - rather to admire the feat of strength endurance.
I admire feats of athletic achievement in competition, some more than others. I also am sometimes left wondering why people turn on a video camera in an otherwise empty gym and do some things. For me, watching someone race the NYC Marathon is an endurance event that’s interesting; watching a guy do 10 minutes of push-ups causes me to wonder - are we watching a competition or a strength-endurance feat or a demonstration of a recommended way of training or something else I haven’t considered.
If someone likes this and finds it admirable, more power to you! I just don’t. Strength endurance for me is a means to an end, a way to build work capacity for the rest of my life.