In thousands of years from now, fitness archaeologists are going to scour through the findings of equipment and documents of different training methods and maybe come to some of these possible conclusions:
1. The "Get strong" Age.
2. The "Get weak" Age or, more accurately, the Aerobics Age.
3. The Rehabilitation Age.
It seems that we are fully-fledged into the rehablitation age, in which all or the majority of physical fitness training is done by rehabilitation means... or circus tricks.
Is everybody now made of glass that we should not do anything that requires a little focus, effort, and "guts"?
Yes, maybe it's a sign of the times; people are more dysfunctional from lack of moving.
But if all of our focus is on finding dysfunction, is all that we find is dysfunction?
How many passes does the team in white throw?
Hopefully our focus isn't making us lose sight of other possibilities.