Here's another little chalkboard video transcript, courtesy of the same faithful one:
Pudding: (Recalling tale of running, wall ball and box jump workout where couch was supposedly training body builders) . Scaled appropriated, anyone one the planet who's functional, healthy, should be able to perform that workout at some level. . . . If all your training separates musculature
with isolation movements, uh, that workout will likely injure you.
Couch: Yeah, I've got it, I've heard a lot of body builders doing (innocuous?) mistakes. Box jump.
Pudding: Jumping up on a box .. .
Couch: Up, ouch! What happened? hamstring, or hip, knee or something, its weird.
Pudding: So there is some integration of these movements .. .
Couch: Of course there is. Immense, immense. Widely interdependent, just the, just the inter, just the interplay of of glute, hamstring, and quadricep is dizzying in its, in its ramifications, I think.
Pudding: Right . . .
Couch: More complex a system than I want to take apart.
What a douche canoe.