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In addition to “Can” vs “Cannot” I think including “should” and “should not” need to be done as well. This is both with regards to injury/ortho profile and, perhaps even more importantly limitations of training time and effort.
I am still quoting/forwarding your unified theory of combat training because it handles that so well. So there may be something to figuring out what you can do, that will also get you where you want to be. Training that is fun is good. Training that spurs a net improvement are also good. Getting both is best. If it isn’t fun and doesn’t net improvement than no matter how “safe” or “doable” it is to hell with it. Make sense?
I am literally drinking scotch and eating Swedish Fish while I post so this may be a bit off. I know, I know. Not bourbon. I am trying to be all classy and drinking/eating imported.