I’m only in my 1st full week of it but had tried some of the movements last week since they were new to me.
One thing I like most is that it’s 6 days per week.
Then there’s the time for the workouts usually not taking over 40 minutes
Finally the set/rep scheme along with the mTor & other types are challenging & willhold my interest.
It seems I’m a stimulus addict so this program gives me the daily “fix” I need while forcing me to take the 7th day off - it works for my style of doing things. CT obviously knows WTH he’s doing too and I expect to see some good results.
Now back to the OP topic…
6 days/week may not work or be ideal for many people 40+, but I have to think many of us like to incorporate our training into daily schedules so depending on our work situation 5-6 days per week probably works well for most.
For me, I’m retired and need stuff to do anyway so 6/week is perfect. Aniliried factor in of course but I have to think that some strenuous exercise should be as close to a daily thing as we can make it.