I suppose you could just say that and trust that we'll all take your internet e-pinion at face value instead of the nationally known, wildly effective coach who trains olympic athletes, pro athletes, college athletes AND bodybuilders and says it's a good general set-up to begin with until you modify it based on individual abilities.
But I wouldn't bet on it.
Or, instead of making ridiculous blanket statements with zero justification behind them you could give a real, thoughtful, rational answer to defend your position. That might work better...and it wouldn't even have to be as long as a book to get your point across.
I dislike drive-by argumentation with a fierce passion.