Maybe tone it down a little
How do we apply this to training, and specifically the notion of property as it relates to your training program? The impact is twofold, the first being that careful analysis of your training is absolutely necessary in order to know what will and will not work for you. Machiavelli’s political realism necessitated a thorough understanding of your present situation in order to develop a strategy. One could not simply be an idealist and do what will work in a perfect world, but instead employ the strategies that are necessary in our fractured and imperfect reality. If you have prior injuries, certain movements may need to be removed from your toolbox. If your work capacity is garbage, Smolov just plain ain’t going to happen for you. Use this reflection to discover your weaknesses so that you know what needs addressing.
The second aspect of this concept is knowing that you cannot be married to a movement. Your loyalty exists to progress and progress alone. It doesn't matter how much you like a movement, if it is not helping you reach your goals, it is worthless. Additionally, it does not matter how well something works for everyone else if it does nothing for you. Do not let your people starve and your kingdom fall because you are unwilling to commit the evil of squatting above parallel, for fortune is a fickle mistress, and she favors those who can adapt to her changing whims.