Started out pretty good, giving simple, practical advice because you don't need to get into technical research lit if you're a beginner, you just have to "go harder than last time." Called out bullshit. However, he seemed overly hostile to other people who do like getting into the technical science shit. Spent too much time on drama, but admitted he did that for views to draw people to his more informative videos. Over time, he became the very kind of money-grubbing, misinfo-spreading shill he hates, shilling shitty products and giving bad advice.
I'd trust him when it comes to prehab/rehab anatomy shit. Not when it comes to strength or hypertrophy. Releases new stupid workouts just for the sake of putting out content. There's no reason to have 15 "ultimate ab routine" workout videos. Also, fake weights.
Doesn't even have that good of a physique. He's just lean. A mix of good science-based info and overgeneralizing from some single underpowered PubMed study for the sake of putting out content and looking smart.
Actually understands the science he cites and how applicable it is. However, most of us probably don't really need to watch a 20-minute video about which bicep curl produces slightly more hypertrophy than the rest. He knows what he's talking about, but it's kinda in the weeds and maybe only people actually competing should care.
I do not for a second believe that is his real accent. However, he does good exercise demos. A lot of his later content became picking on people who give dumb advice on TikTok because that's easy to do, but hey, you can only do so many videos on exercise form. Also, he has a great physique that looks most like what a normal person would aspire to, because most people don't want to look like Doucette or Israetel.