More Rokus stuff but he is creating a consensus where a bad system will hold back the development of the individual. He keeps finding examples where people have improved by changing methods. I have always felt this as self evident. In that eben if you train really hard in something that is not fundamentally designed to make you better. You will really struggle to get better. And If the system doesn't work. Then naturally talented people will always be better at it because they are the only variable. And that the system needs a self regulating method to determine if it is working. Which is basically resisted training. And cross training.