Actually the exercise selection gets ‘wonkier’ in the second book, with the inclusion of balance stuff (see cover), bosu balls, swiss balls and the like.
I fully agree with Carl’s comments. Nevertheless Bosch provides a lot of thought provoking ideas and I do enjoy reading them. And adding a variety of light weight bearing exercises to the program of a young athlete with poor coordination skills is probably better than just doing the basic lifts with the heaviest weight possible. But it remains to be seen if it’s worthwhile for elite performers with great motor control in their event.
Thought Provoking yes…..but let’s get on the grass or track running instead of doing silly exercises in the weight room. It’s ok to get stronger in general training.