* I think I will try some of his ideas for preventive warmup (especially muscle-activation) in chapter 2.
* most of the exercises are performed with a TheraBand (long wide elastic band). So if you want to view lots of photos of attractive models entwined with red elastic, this book is for you.
* on the other hand, if you think training exercises ought to have measurable resistance and/or range-of-motion, not find many of those.
* not much concern about which of the conventional "makes sense" methods have more or less support from careful clinical evidence (as opposed to Placebo effect).
. . . (Dave MacLeod's book tries harder on this sort of thing).
. . . (The remarkable collection of celebrity endorsements in the Jared Vagy book ought to help increase its Placebo effect, which is a good result since the healing benefits of the Placebo effect are often very real).
* seemed to me that Dave MacLeod's description of diagnosis and rehab of "climber's elbow" is more complicated -- and more insightful and helpful -- than in this book . . . (but I'm not any sort of Physical Therapist or any sort of Sports Medicine surgeon or doctor).
* technique? Many of the injury-avoiding climbing-technique suggestions I found unconvincing. Still those are the conventional oft-repeated suggestions, so you can find them collected in this book, then analyze and decide for yourself.
. . . (Some tricky technique points to check . . . big photo page 69 compare w page 68; big photos pages 41 and 197; first paragraph of Pro Advice on page 196).