This book is almost like a graphic novel, lot’s of pictures (expected) and a big font with lots of padding (not so much). It’s very non-PC, so, if you are easily offended, move on. My review here is of the book and not the program. I still have reasons to believe the program is sound and this book might even be good at teaching how to do the program.
The reason why I’m giving it only one star, is because there’s a lot of pseudo-science and a fair amount of bullshit in this book. Some things are clearly scientifically wrong, others, it’s just some anecdata or something someone said as justification for something.
For example, on page 69, he compares a challenge between a body builder and a marathon runner. First he says the body builder wins, with no data to back it up. Was this experiment run? who participated? what were the results? But what’s even worse, it continues to modify the experiment citing that someone said they would bet on the bodybuilder. I’m probably nitpicking once of the worst offenders and it’s also possible that this story-telling style works well for most people and the data is sound. I understand how story-telling is important, but I also want the data.