That was phenomenal! Thanks.
I agree with the general premise, but many a combative sport was lost due to not having enough muscular endurance. Not something you get from jogging, but that PT with pull ups and push ups and such helps.
He goes on to lay out what he thinks is a "well-developed strength base".here's a shocking statement that applies to all novice lifters, as well as the vast majority of all trainees: training specifically for conditioning without a well-developed strength base is a waste of time.
The point is not that conditioning doesn't matter, but that building strength is a more effective tool for building overall fitness than conditioning, until a certain level of strength is met.