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Not a Complete Program + Stop Trying to Upsell Me
on June 23, 2014
As titled, this is not a complete program and serves as an incomplete introduction through which Anthony Carey can sell his services.
Look at the following paragraph:
"There is also a 'pecking order,' if you will, when one observes postural alignment problems. Certain issues must be addressed before others because they have a greater overall disruption to normal movement patterns. What this means is that you may have to do the exercises for one Form for a few weeks and then move on to another Form, based on your combined alignment findings. You can find additional photo samples of the Forms at [...]
Benign enough. Until you realize that he never explains this pecking order. The author identifies 6 core forms of alignment dysfunction, and most people will identify with multiple forms. If there's a "best" order, wouldn't that be good to explain to your readers?
And I want you to go to the website and try to find the additional photo samples. Hint: you're going to be directed through at least 5 sales gates before finding the link... in plain text... at the very bottom of the page. And what you will find is 8 unlabeled unexplained photos.
If you can figure everything out on your own, here's a list of everything prescribed in your pain-free program:
That's it. There's an included "graduate" program that is a series of non-specific bodyweight exercises even though the author says that the value of his book is that it is specific to each specific alignment dysfunction.
This book is purposefully incomplete in order to sell further services. It's paying $10 for an advertisement.