All I was saying was thank you to Zeb. I wanted to do more chins, so I read his thread and spoke to him through PM once. I tried his method, and it worked, so I said thanks. Something wrong with that?
I never said his method was the final authority on chinups, and that no other method would work. I also know that since I’m so new to training them, that I could make progress any number of ways. That’s not the point.
Jay Sherman wrote:
This reminds me of all those silly improve your vertical leap programs where they have testimonials from 14 year old boys talking about how they increased their vertical by 10 inches.
If you were doing 4 chins, all you had to do was any chin program and you were going to improve.
I know a guy who’s better at chins BTW, than Zeb. Robert Cheeke, has only been lifting for 5 years and can do 40 straight without needing to peak for it. Vegan BTW. His program is: Do lots of chins and eat good. Bigger than Zeb also.
So what you are saying is this:
Someone came to this site wanting/needing help.
Zeb gave him some information.
Someone made progress, because of that information and wants to thank Zeb.
You think that that is the perfect time to tell everyone that someone you know is the Overlord of chin-ups and Zeb, more or less, sucks.
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