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What I really liked about this course was that it looked at the whole issue of fitness and the importance of keeping active from a scientific perspective - i.e. it wasn't pushing one particular viewpoint but rather presenting all the evidence and inviting participants to consider it. It helped that Dr Shrier manages to combine being authoritative with a keen sense of humour. I also learned more about anatomy on this course than I have in several decades of being a personal injury lawyer....I'll now have a far better idea of how to read medical reports. I'd highly recommend this course.
You have nothing to lose by trying this course, so I'd suggest being open- minded and trying it out. For those of you who might reject it on the basis that it looks a bit 'fluffy-bunny', I can see why you might think that. However, I found it quite rigorous (not so much academically, but more in the way it asked you to consider searching questions about yourself) and after a couple of weeks of being a little cynical about it, I gradually accepted that I could learn a lot from the instructors. If you ever wondered why you are the way you are, I'd recommend this course. I think you'll be surprised by what you find.