Actually seeing it with others and experiencing it with myself. You can quite naturally make strength improvements that will translate to both realms, but overall bodyweight movements that depend on difficult leverages often engage more muscle groups than a weighted lift. For instance the bench press is a braced movement, but a planche pushup is like performing the bench press without a bench, so your entire body has to be tight to do so. Concept I think Pavel calls irradiation.
mostly just pistols and bodyweight GHR. A lot of their work outside of that is dynamic oriented stuff. Keep in mind they want to keep their legs as lean as possible. So any added muscle is NOT a benefit but rather will negate their skillset.
that said if you can perform 1/2 those skills and still have a 500lb squat with great leg development you'll be stronger imo because it will be like performing the same movement with more weight.
Fuck that is confusing. um... it's like Sheiko training, you stay at around 70-80% to get in more volume and teach yourself to "learn" the movement. You stay away from failure so you're not in danger of learning incorrectly which may stop you from future progressions and allows you to train more often.
Book and DVD's. I just got the book.