You didn't read Moment Arm Exercise, Congruent Exercise, I don't know that you watched the videos, yet you have no problem summarizing the work and reading my mind. Just so everyone else knows, you're criticising your interpretation, not the work itself. Yes, the discussion is no longer constructive, so we agree on that. For anyone interested in the actual material, pages ago I put links up, and I may put a separate post on the board, so not to interfere with the original squat discussion.
I haven't read Moment Arm Exercise or Congruent Exercise. At first it was my age, then it was bio mechanics, and now I haven't read your book. I watched the 90 minute video, watched the Congruent preview vid, bicep curl (both parts), chin up, a general personal training one, and I think that's it. It's very easy to watch because you are a great presenter, and I enjoyed it. Also joined your FB page, so i'm now a fan, too. From what I can gather about the training methods, that's a whole other discussion but, I'm not on board with what I see so far and nothing has peaked my interest. It seems, so far -not that i want to attempt to read your mind again- that it's largely based on the biomechanics of isolated joint motion but, again, misses the bigger picture - Integrated movement. I keep bringing this up because whilst you focus on one specific joint, i'm wondering about how all the other joints in the body are affecting the one you are discussing, because they do have quite a significant effect. If your hips, ankles, and shoulders are all locked up (restricted motion), then your lumbar spine will pay the price when you "move". Not whilst doing slow, limited ROM leg presses, but when you pick things up off the floor, or put things on a high shelf. Or sit down/stand up. This has been my point all along, and it's continuously brushed aside. I'm not interested in isolation training, largely machine based at that, I want to help people to move better because when you move better, you live better.
As far as "reading your mind" - you provided a lot of material, I AM one of those interested and I am one of those who have taken the time to go through the majority of the available material. This gave me a lot of questions which I have raised, you've not done a lot, to be honest, to provide any insight, short of being told to read your book (or that i'll realise when i'm older). Most of my assumptions were directly asking for clarification, which i didn't get. Nothing I have assumed has been corrected, and i'm more than willing to stand corrected.
It's tempting to pick up your book just now but, I currently have 2 training related books on the go, 2 I haven't even picked up, an already long wish list on Amazon, various blog posts and articles in my "to read" list, and several seminars/webinars on my laptop to watch. I'm generally always in this position in terms of things I want to read or learn about. It's a consistent problem. So I need a good reason to bump a new one up the list. Maybe if Jungledoc reads it he'll recommend that I do, too.