"Nah, it's cool dude. I can see your point and you are right about each other having our own respective opinions.
But let me leave you with one more question in regards to this quote.
"Train as you want to fight, because you will fight as you train."
Why would someone like Chuck Liddell carry a wheelbarrow up a hill filled with bricks?
Why do fighters run suicides up a flight of stairs?
These activities have nothing to do with fighting MMA.
It might be because thinking outside of the box may (especially in the cases provided) provide extra conditioning or allow you to extract benefits from these activities because of the added constraints.
Just a little food for thought.
At the end of the day, we will always train as we see fit for ourselves, so props to you for training in any type of capacity. "
Yeah fair dues, like i said i'll defo try out the sparring with the Gi. I always want to find new aspects of training that will improve my game.
Haha believe it or not i try to be as open minded as i can when training. Though might not seem it with my last few posts lol.