This concept leads to the next layer of intent which is to prioritize addressing strengths or weaknesses. Some coaches like to focus on strengths because “that's what got us this far.” Alternatively, others focus on addressing weaknesses because that is the limiting factor for performance. A key element of the Sparta philosophy is addressing weaknesses, as this relates back the the beliefs that movement efficiency is key and availability is the greatest ability.
The goal is to keep the goal the goal: this intent to work towards the goal through maximizing availability by addressing weaknesses and limiting factors of inefficient movement, is a fundamental principle of the Sparta philosophy.
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