I was referring generally to balance….unilateral strength balance, upper-lower body strength balance, strength balance across movements. I'd like my athletes to be STRONG. Not just strong in the squat or strong in the clean. I think you'd find the best athletes have strenth that carries over to a wide range of movements. While specificity is certainly important it can be easy to forget what you are really training for. For example, many people seem to equate strength gains in the squat (or any other lift for that matter) 1:1 with speed performances when in fact this is rarely the case. While strength gains in the squat (or any other movement) may be indicative of enhanced neural efficiency it is not always reflective of overall strength which I think is equally important.