Originally Posted by jaxbeachgator
Sorry. Not sure what you have in front of you. The website is www.functional
jax, that was the youtube I watched that I thought was so silly and over-the-top.
Seriously, I agree that it may be beneficial to perform multi-planar movements. But you don't have to jump on stability balls or madly drag a cable around the room like this guy ... unless you really want to exercise like that because you enjoy it.
An intelligently designed basic strength program will accomplish the same thing AND build more strength.
Example: even a very basic one-legged squat could be viewed as a tri-planar movement.
As for core stability, it's not all it's cracked up to be. There is little or no evidence that it reduces injury risk or improves performance. That said, very basic movements like one-armed overhead press, pullup, squat and deadlift variations all challenge the core.