I have an article right here, sentence to encompass over 100 years of physical development research. Here it goes:
Lift heavier and heavier things while eating lots of meat and become bigger and stronger in the process.
Can I be a published author now? Please please please.
You pretty much hit the weightlifting nail on the head. I know I am going to get flamed to hell for this but as much as some people try to make lifting complicated, it really is not… at all. Lift progressively heavy loads with good form and get rest and proper nutrition, and your good to go. I mean hell that’s what people like Jim Wendler has been doing for years is telling people to keep shit simple and lift heavy fucking weights. Fuck the magic number of sets or reps, fuck crap like drop sets and just lift heavy and lift like you fucking gave a damn.
An article from a 16 year old is a little… stupid, as he has had no time to achieve any thing or to learn any thing really. But I don’t understand people who read and judge articles by physique alone.
Believe it or not some of the “chubby” or “skinny” personal trainers actually know what the fuck they are doing gasp.
On a side note if you look at many top coaches for a lot of sports, boxing, golf, MMA, these coaches are usually not at the top of the sport but they know every in and out of it, you put them and there knowledge behind some one that has the drive and the physical gifts and you have a recipe for success. Is body building really that different from every other sport?
yes bodybuilding is that different.
generally a lot of coaches, especially fighting coaches, are people who have done it themselves, people who have won belts, titles, etc.
you cant group ever sport together either just cause its a sport. who do you think would be a better trainer for running a marathon, someone who’s won 10 or someone who read some books about them and did a college course in running marathons?
apples and oranges.
in bodybuilding the only coach who has zero experience as a player in the game may be a nutritionist. i would let a nutrtionist tell me how to diet, i wouldnt let him tell me how to deadlift though. hope you get what im saying.