So I have never really been a fan of him since I don't care for hype job. But I watched an interview of him yesterday and he talked about the importance of movement. The reason is that, after some wear and tear from judo, I ended up with uneven pelvic which throws of my timing when I am practicing Kyokushin Karate. So I was talking to my therapist few months ago and he said that "best way to keep healthy is to teach your body proper and varied movements" This is so true, I have found that learning the mechanics of kicks has helped me with my boxing in terms of having a better hip mobility and its easier to pivot to my lead side because I am more flexible because of the dynamic stretching that is done in karate. In judo, I have learned to have more muscular endurance and that helps with infighting and clinches in boxing in terms of avoiding fatigue. Conors philosophy is so important to learn since most fighters training creates wear and tear which takes away their athletic ability and they will never be able to reach their full potential!