I'm not sure of people's opinion on Naudi Aguilar of Functional Patterns here but he's definitely a very polarizing person. Many people have had great success with his system and at the same time he comes across as extremely abrasive which is a turn off for some. Anyway, I bought his 10-week program because I knew there would be some valuable information in it. I've heard him say a few different times that hardstyle swings the way we do them aren't good for creating muscular balance and structural integration. His main problem is the active glute contraction that we finish the swing with. They do a version of swings in FP but it's often with much lighter weights, no active hip thrust and some kind of thoracic rotation. Hes all about the gait cycle and relating every type of human movement back to that. He claims hardstyle swings do not respect the gait cycle and therefore should be modified. Any thoughts on this line of reasoning?