I read your book and wanted to congratulate you. It's by far the best book about fitness and body building that I have ever read.
What I found especially useful is the objectivity of your book and your ability to put things in perspective. Reading your book, I learned that there is no such things as a good method or a bad method. All methods do have their merits, depending on one's condition. In nutrition like in training, using "advanced" techniques will not work for a beginner and conversely using "beginner" techniques will not produce any significant result for a more advanced individual.
The way you show how the various approaches rank on the "beginner to advanced" scale is very educational ! After many years of overtraining, my body was under developed and my metabolism fairly messed up. Add to the picture a lot of stress coming from the workplace, and that's the perfect (and unfortunately far too common in our societies) setup for rapid weight increase.
That's precisely what's happening and that's been frightening me a lot lately. Your book is a great inspiration. I feel I am in control now. It's really amazing how a few "key words" can change one's view of the world. I think "feedback" and "initiative" are the 2 keywords in your book. It is imperative to have enough initiative and self-awareness to understand what works and what doesn't, and make the necessary adjustements, regardless of what the current fitness "trend" dictates. Taking any noticeable change (for the better or for the worst ) into a feedback loop is also a much more constructive approach then constantly blaiming oneself for not making any progress or putting on weight.
I assume you are already receiving a lot of feedback about your book, but just wanted to say thank you very much.
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