I was considering starting some Dynamic Effort stuff. Using the search function I came across a few posts and this one stood out. Some background info: For the last year or so I did weight training about twice a week (the foolish bb stuff) and trained muay thai about 4 days a week. I injured a knee and ankle which put a freeze in my MT training since late June. Since I stopped training I focused on S&P, working out 4 times a day, Monday and Thurs are push days Tuesday and Fridays are pull days. I've made some (relatively) large gains. My bench has increased from 180 to 240, my SOHP has increased from 70 to 115. 155lb RDL to a 225lb RDL. I went from doing 2 pull ups to 12. I know a lot of these gains are probably the result of correcting my form and better CNS recruitment. These things considered do you guys think it will be worth it to incorporate DE work since I have relatively little experience lifting? Or should I continue to train the way I have been to strengthen my base? I'm curious because I will resume muay thai in another month or so and would like to get some explosiveness in my strikes (I've always been more of a pillow handed speedster..). Thanks for your input.