Ok short review because this is a short book. Which is a very good thing because if you want to read theory behind sacroplasmic meiosis within type IIb muscles cells you'll have to read elsewhere. But if you're an expierenced lifter who wants to transfrom their lifting to a more Rosstraining type direction then this book is for you. It simply lays out Remedios' undulating perdiodization for sports conditioning, the what, where and why of that and then gives a long list of cool and unique exercises for you to choose from to make your own workouts. Very similar to Joe Defanco's excellent WS4SB templates. The one thing that I liked the most was the suggestion of using lifting straps for holding the bar on front squats for those with wrist and elbow injuries. Another suggestion I liked a lot was that push pressing was less stressfull on the shoulders than regular overhead pressing. Well at least in my case I found this to be true when using weight that isn't maximal (still would be a good idea for me to cycle this one). So in one sit down with this book I'm now doing two essential exercies that I thought I could no longer do. There are two types of templates: full body workout and a four day push pull split. I chose the push pull split because I lift frequently for stress relief. The set up of the workout is this: 1. Explosive 2. Hip/knee dominate 3. Horizontal 4. Verticle 5. Rotations (abs) 6. Bridge (abs) Following this template my workout today was: 1. Dumbell snatch 2. Front squat 3. Weighted ring pushups 4. Push Press 5. Band wood chops from the knees 6. Ab wheel rollouts. Any other stuff like neck work, rotator cuff etc can be added at the end. Each periodization: general fitness, hypertrophy, strength/power, has it's own set/rep and rest period set up. There are also sections on complexes, GPP and diet. It's all there in one easy reference. All in all I think this is the best book I've read yet. It's simple, concise and really easy to implement. It cost $13- on Amazon and I think only the most advanced students of the game wouldn't get something from it. Plus Remedios personally answers any good questions you have on the Men's Health forum.