what do you believe is the greatest indicator of performance? before you answer, because i want to see your response, read below...
given that this question is fairly loaded, this came off a conversation w/ @nerdreinvented. winning isn’t an indicator, it is a byproduct. as someone who looks at physiology, movement, and mental acuity - a lot - i had a thought out response to this, that has now changed a bit, as i could not stop thinking about young burkhart’s answer/response that ultimately fits into mine. i’ll update tomorrow on this post (edit) as to what we believe that is, then potentially create a piece dedicated to that. that by no means makes us correct. nonetheless i’m looking forward to the responses.
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there are no wrong answers, and my answer only comes off of looking at what could be impacted the most. whether you are sick, or elite. because mitochondrial function is arguably one of the most critical things we have to life, because we draw a breath of air at birth, and it leaves us when we die. it is critical for mental diseases to maintain it. the better we can process oxygen regardless of domain, or task, oxygen will allow the body if more efficiently utilized, giving you the ability to adapt faster, and repeat a task, or think more clearly... my original answer is adaptability, but that may have totally changed to aerobic base. because in any instance whether you’re mind is right, your strong as an ox, or fit as a fiddle, time and time again those who can not get back sooner will not adapt as well without it. you can not adapt faster than someone or even yourself without better aerobic function. there isn’t a study out there that does not show moving more from sedentary to coaches increasing it so athletes can get back to going hard. strength athletes now all do gpp, endurance athletes are addicted to it, extreme/action sports athletes are even catching on. it changes every single other answer i could come up with.