J'avais des à priori sur Macca et sa suffisance. Ce livre m'a montré qu'il est simplement super compétitif et que c'est une stratégie objective pour déstabiliser ses adversaires. Quelques pépites sur l'entrainement, comme par exemple sur l'hydratation empruntée des bodybuilders.
Haven't finished the book yet, and struggling to do so. I am sure Chris is a nice guy, when taken out from the sport environment. But I definitely hate the sports man character. An ego bigger than himself, a tendency to deny everyone who thinks differently from him, an approach often indicating that he is more clever than the rest of the crowd. I know you have often to have a very strong personality to succeed in sport, but to me having a strong mental doesn't have to mean that you have to be an arse. There are still one 2 two advices to take away from this book, but the guy writes like he's full of anger, he's the super genius of sport. I thought triathlon was sort of preserved from this mentality, Chris is the guy who shows that it is not. Once finished, I'll sell this book immediately, as I will never read it again.