There is one thing that the reader may find difficult with this book. It is to, at a glance take the program from the article as the sets, reps and exercises are buried within the dialogue of the characters. This can be annoying if you want to just remind yourself of what the program was in that article. To overcome this just try and use a post it note inside the book and write the exercise, set's and reps specified and leave it on that page, that way you can always at a glance remind yourself what that program was. This is overcome however as this book is difficult to put down because the stories are engrossing and you often want to keep reading in order to see what happened to that character in the article.
Some of the articles that stood out were Gain weight to build you arms (how many guys you know spend countless hours doing curls and pressdowns without much success, compared to the guy who squats heavy, deadlifts, chins and benches and has monster arms), Parallel bar dips - This is an excellent article highlighting this often neglected excercise and how with the addition of a weight belt and some weight you can seriously work the upper body. The other articles of note are Get big drink - after reading this I would recommend that anyone wanting to try this better be prepared for some discomfort from the amount of fullness they will feel. Just drinking this thing is enough to make you want to pass out let alone eating on top of it. I have a training buddy who tried it and let me tell you he struggled to eat a single morsel on top of this but he did pack on about 2kg in 4 days.Finally throughout the book Strossen writes about breathing squats and 20 rep squats. This is where the value lies between this book and Super Squats, In Super Squats all they talk about is just the squat, in The complete Keys to Progress Strossen covers not only just this but many many more strength ideas. This is why this book is recommended over Super Squats.