Original Strength and Flexible Steel

MC88

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Hi everyone,

Apologies in advance if this been covered, but...

If you could do only one of these two protocols, which would you do and why?

I know that it's like comparing apples to oranges, but if time was a factor and you wanted something that give the most bang for your buck, what would be your go-to?

Thanks
 

Alan Mackey

More than 300 posts
Hi everyone,

Apologies in advance if this been covered, but...

If you could do only one of these two protocols, which would you do and why?

I know that it's like comparing apples to oranges, but if time was a factor and you wanted something that give the most bang for your buck, what would be your go-to?

Thanks
In my opinion, O.S. is a must-do and F.S. is a nice-to-do. Ground Force Method would be another worthy contender, but it's nearly impossible finding anything besides the basic sequence.
 

offwidth

More than 5000 posts
Hi everyone,

Apologies in advance if this been covered, but...

If you could do only one of these two protocols, which would you do and why?

I know that it's like comparing apples to oranges, but if time was a factor and you wanted something that give the most bang for your buck, what would be your go-to?

Thanks
I suppose it comes down to what you are looking to get from them. But then again there is no reason that you can't do elements of both in a hybrid version. That's what I do. (And those elements vary depending upon need)
 

MC88

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Well first of all, I'm not getting any younger and am starting to feel the aches and pains more than I did five years ago! And with regular heavy strength training, working a physical job (firefighter) and a young family, I am looking to get the maximum returns, from a health/mobility perspective from the least possible investment of time. Currently doing OS 5 resets every day, and trying to get super joint's joint circles in while toying with arm-bars and the frog stretch from FS. Would be interested to hear from people who have found the "sweet spot" when it comes to time-effective mobility training for busy people.
 
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