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Body Composition: Managing Our Expectations

Body Composition: Managing Our Expectations
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M

He spends the entire episode as an introduction what he will talk about in other episodes!

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Jarrod

I wouldn't bother with watching this first episode as it is just an introduction that you could get from reading the titles to all of the other episodes. Save your credits! :)

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Abel

This series is excellent for it's straight forward approach. It's literally a professor talking the whole time with minimal visuals, as if you were in a lecture hall. The science is both simple and technical depending on the chapter. Every one struggling with weight issues or the confusion ...Read more

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