Here are the week one lectures that focus on biochemistry. I don't have time to go through it all but check out the description of ATP beginning at 2:13. This is not how good teachers explain the importance of ATP in the 21st century but it is how it was taught 40 years ago.
Here's the week two lectures (below). Check out the part at 2:08 where Eric Lander is talking about the "Energetics of Pathways." See if you agree with his explanation and his references to entropy. Would you explain this without talking about forward and reverse rates?
The next section on "Tricks of Pathways" is very interesting. Keep in mind that he is discussing "tricks" that make glycolysis work but most of those reactions also work in reverse to make glucose (gluconeogenesis). This gets to be a problem with trick #2 at 2:25 when he says that an "unfavorable" reaction can be "pulled" in the right direction if the next reaction in the pathway is very favorable. This explanation was popular many decades ago but now we know that almost all the reactions are at equilibrium and ΔG = 0.
My point is that just because MIT is a prestigious university and Eric Lander is a famous scientist, does not mean that this is the best undergraduate course and the best way to teach biochemistry. Some of my colleagues at colleges you've never heard of could do a much better job. Eric Lander could do a better job if he would just read a modern textbook.