I have few problems with Inno Sport training with the exception of a couple of exercises. My main complaint is they misrepresent and/or they are purposefully deceptive with facts, and they don’t fully understand the scientific aspects they put out either.
I also agree with mortac about athletes of other sports finding track boring and maybe some of the things Inno Sport does brings interest to the sport, but I believe the latter part of the statement is not as true. Run faster with less running, that interests about every speed and power athlete I know. What it doesn’t do is account for improvements in performance which is what people are ultimately paying for. The program includes so many new and different exercises that visible performance adaptations are likely to occur in the short term for most athletes and the training differs from most traditional HS training methods that some form of adaptation will occur. Is it the big picture (long term), a money making scheme, or a combination of both?