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Not for casual or semi-casual lifters
Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2018
This has tons (heh) of weight training 'concepts', arrangements, and theories. It is clearly a good book, so I am not slagging on it. I want to clarify with my review, however, it is not for the casual lifter who wants to keep healthy joints, tendons, and ligaments, and get maximal results from minimal time, with a clearly outlined strategy that matches their 'type'. To clarify, I am NOT saying the book will injure you, just that non-advanced and non-'enhanced' people probably can't take *some* of the routines offered.
In my view, this book is for the person who will spend six workouts in the gym per week, instead of three, to get 10% more results. Also, as others have said, if you want solid outlines of a full program, it's not here in any significant form. Instead, basically schematics and techniques are in here, with no commitment to 'what works for whom'. It did give me a reference for another book, however. It, too, is advanced, but has some more guiding principles based upon exercise science, something I was hungry for and not trusting to online sources that want to sell things.