LOL, I'm going to be attacked by people I've never met before. Again
But you know my thing is not the program. I mean, what counts is the results you get. But what I object to is SELLING the program a lot like supplement companies sell sups. So that you can think that this is so much more credible than something else based on pseudo science jargon. And the "placebo effect" is actually at work a little bit in training too. It looks good on paper so people percieve great results and then a couple of years later it's just some thing they got excited about.
I hate to bring up my own mistakes, haha, but I got pretty excited about "pendulum training" and now I consider it one of the biggest wastes of time I ever had. I could name some others but I won't
To be truthfull I use a 15 to 20 rep rep range on certain things for certain reasons. Plus I've been doing a weekly circuit using 20 reps for a bit now. To help me metabolically so that when I do those lung busting type exercises I can recover better hopefully. It's just that I don't try and tell myself it's anything other than what it is. And the reason I choose around 20 reps is that is is of a low enought intensity that it doesn't constitute a problem other than the metobolic recovery for the most part...meaning, thoughl at first just on circuit completely kicked my ass!
But if I want it to make a difference it has to be a regular part of my training. Not just a week at a time becasue your body doesn't hold on to fitness changes that long.
Without looking too much into the program I guess you could sort of compare it to a medium, light, very heavy kind of bodybuilding thing? With the "shock" stuff it's hard to categorize what is what. I didn't really get too much past the 20 rep kickbacks, lol so I can't really say too much about it, honestly.