You need to:
- Grow up;
- Get a life.
Why? It was a reasonable question. While the first person rationalized it fairly well, the fact remains CW did not qualify it when he said it.
Would it upset you so to find that the 2 people don’t agree on several ideas wrt training? Heaven forbid anyone do anything more than read the articles here and give them no introspection.
Please read what Xen Nova said. It was a vocabulary thing. However, both coaches agree that post-activation potentiation, also (incorrectly) known as post-tetanic facilitation, is a power weapon in one’s training arsenal. Yes, we now have confirmation that, despite his Vin Diesel-like appearance, CT is actually a mere mortal who can make mistakes.
For the records, I like it when the contributors disagree. I sometimes disagree with some of their methods if, from experience, I’ve found that I don’t get good results from that particular method, or conversely, they don’t like a particular method but I have found that I get good results from it.[/quote]
Ya know what. It wasn’t about admitting that someone made a mistake. It was about something a reader found to be incongruant between the authors and he asked about it–simple as that. For that, you told him to get a life. I just don’t think it was wrong of him to bring it up and get the apropriate response from CW. Which he did.
For the record, I don’t care about Xen’s response. Everyone came to the rescue when that was not the necessary reaction. In your own words it was incorrectly called something by an author. In his own words, CW said people who use that terminology are suspect.
It was a solid question, politely and professionally responded to by the apropriate person.