But BBS is difficult for mutiple reasons. I've tried BBS before and never saw results because 1) difficulty of timing myself accurately under TUL, 2) going to failure every workout, and 3) lack of habit-forming exercise mentality.
I then went to Stronglifts 5x5, learned how to move barbells, created an exercise habit, and continually progressed every workout. Although I have injuried myself a couple times, it was because of my ignorance on proper form where I should've been more careful with heavier weights. My gains have far outweighed my injuries, though, and my strength has skyrocketed over just one year. Went from 100lb squat to 250lb, and 135lb deadlift to 295. I don't think i would've seen better results from BBS even if I could get it right, but who knows.
Tim Ferriss does something similar with his 5-second cadence with barbells and that gave him great results as well. Perhaps there's something to be said about slow-reps, TUL, AND barbell training.