This is slightly off topic, but as I am new here, I did not want to start a new thread.
In Stuart McGill's writings, he states that lumbar/trunk musculature endurance is more important to protecting the lumbar region from injury than strength is. But, I have found no reference to what he considers the best approach, or what the parameters are, for developing endurance. He does give praise to the KB Swing in regards to back health.
My question is, what are the parameters of proper endurance training for lumbar injury prevention. And how could this "KB program" explained in this thread be used for that purpose. As a previous poster stated, there is a hip hinge "continuum", going from strength to endurance. Is there a happy medium to give the necessary endurance for back health, and yet be adequate for improving strength?
Or am I looking at it incorrectly? Does even low rep/strength oriented training like in this program provide muscular endurance due to the volume and limited recovery/time factor?
Thanks for any guidance on this issue.