At this point, you need to sprint to catch Daisy. This is the unknown, it’s the part that functional training prepares you for.
Without functional training in your life, Daisy get’s away from you. You’ve always gone on slow walks, you’ve never sprinted, and you just hurt yourself trying to. Daisy joins that pack of wild teenagers, moves in with her older friend Larry, starts selling jean jackets and eventually joins the Doc Antle Reservation for Reformed Cockapoos.
With functional training in your life, you sprint to daisy in record time to save your baby. You flex on those teenagers who are probably seriously impressed with your speed. One tries to tackle you but you Box Jump over them. You Power Clean Daisy up and Farmers Carry her all the way back home.
Wow, I am impressed.
With functional training, you would have practiced not only your typically slow walking routine (the other name I have for my runs) but you also would have included sprinting in your training. You would have practiced being able to perform a technical movement like a clean under fatigue and an explosive one like a Box Jump