Originally Posted by Arien Malec
No doubt, and if that was what the CFE marketing actually said, cool. Whether it's true for someone who hasn't already put in the miles is a different question.
But CFE says you can get competitive in 6-8 hours/week, and that's a shit from a totally different breed of bull.
I think I've heard of one athlete who hadn't
been logging the miles before embarking on CFE. (And they may have been a marine or other army type). In a lot of the athletes that were using CFE and publicising it on the forum over there many of them would drop in a long run, ride or brick workout.
I believe McCormack knows how to use his hips in the correct manner too.