I watched it the other week. I think it was well done and pretty good for what it was, showing bodybuilding as a legit sport that's more than just meatheads in speedos on stage, but the entire time I couldn't help but compare it with Pumping Iron (which is also on Netflix Streaming right now. Would make for a good double feature).
Comparing the two, you really see how the sport has grown but also how things have changed with how the guys interact with each other. Back in the day, there was very visible camaraderie or at least, more of an appearance of it. Can you imagine Kai having breakfast the morning of the Olympia with Heath and his wife like Arnold did with Louie and his folks?
Or imagine any of the guys training together? I feel like they almost made too much of a point to show such diverse personalities (Roelly and Grandma compared to Ben Pak compared to Branch compared to Heath compared to Kai) that it gave the impression that they guys have zero in common other than all being bodybuilders.
He swears it was a legit accident that just happened to occur seconds after he talked about his injuries only happening outside the gym. But, I don't know, it just seems like a too perfect "Have you seen my t-shirt?"-moment of 'scripted reality'.