Id like to hear his response on his degree of commitment, but since so many were fans of what I said, I will respond without knowing what the hell he actually means
He said he is new to mma. This says nothing about how he is viewing his level of commitment. He may be a black belt in bjj, been kickboxing in Denmark since he was 4 or he could be one of the millions of guys that gets a membership to the local gym after he knocks out three dudes in a row at the bar, he doesn't say so we dont know. I went with he is new to mma but is taking it seriously.
He wants to incorporate lifting. Unless he is completely wrong about the usage of this word, this means he wants to add lifting to his training schedule in a way which will benefit his mma training. Sounds like a sport specific program to me, not do whatever you have been doing.
Rooneys system follows a less is more philosophy which is the traditional way of martial arts In which he wants his athletes to spend 90 percent of the time training in their sports activities. Less time in the weightroom means more intensity and more recovery time if you are following a smart plan.
I would not be even remotely suprised if frankie only spent 3 days a week for a couple hours in the weightroom, giving him much more time to hone his skills
I'm fucking bored of typing so will just reiterate that we have no idea what he meant other than that he wanted suggestions about lifting in relation to mma, frankies a beast and a little Jersey Shore punkass at the same time, and Martin Rooney is the man when it comes to mma training.
Fuck Shane Carwin