well, how do they apply to him? he's no longer an athlete, right?
he looked almost bored doing the tire flips (although his form was tight there), but his form on pullups, squats, pushups and swings was shit.... he clearly could have done the reps correctly had he taken a minute or two extra.
as far as hoping it transitions, why? why not train for pure strength, speed, etc in the weight room/track? IMO, the mental fatigue is best when doing your sport, as that is what you will be doing in competition. i don't care how fatiguing all those exercises are, if it's not all that similar to your sport, it doesn't matter.
i'm not trying to attack you, but i find the video of this athlete not neccessarily a shining example of the program.....