Though, long. I don't have time to read through all of it right now.
Did notice a couple of things in even the quick scanning.
The chick in the first picture.
"High Level Athlete" mentioned a couple of times
Fitness Goons selling an angle with a bit of science
The need to go back to the first picture after seeing the last picture. I get that he is talking about the dude's thighs, but that is NOT what is circled!
Anyway. Working for high level athletes and being applicable to me are two entirely different things. Mostly because I am not a high level athlete, or so I am told. Took a while to come to grips with that one. Once accepted that, and you read Anthony's first couple of paragraphs where he is reciting the benefits seen from HIIT and how it may not apply.
Also, how easily we fall into some traps. I swear, all it takes is an idea and the smallest bit of data that SEEMS like there is some sort of scientific study behind it and BAM, people will flock to it. Seriously seems like you don't even have to show the actual data behind the claims... just state that "scientific studies have shown... " while showing a graph of something that proves your point and BAM... good enough.
/sigh. Work time. (desk job, not workout).