Top critical review
Buzzwords, bad advice, contradicts it's own philosophy
Reviewed in the United States on August 12, 2019
The author correctly states that to cure joint dysfunction you must strengthen first then possibly stretch. Where he messes up is giving you random exercises with form tips (which aren't all correct). The exercises aren't linked to any sort of joint so I'm not really sure what he's thinking. I worry people are going to open this book, see the mishmash of exercises and skip those, move on to stretching and stretch whatever muscle is tight, make whatever problem they had worse and have to find a professional.
Sample of buzzwords:
He doesn't believe in stretching, instead mobility
Many more but I returned this book the instant I got it.
I assume this is getting 5 stars because he is a crossfitter? I have nothing against Crossfit in fact I used to do it but I think the groupthink is real in this case.