[quote]Professor X wrote:
Anyone still using “sarcoplasmic hypertrophy” in a sentence as if it has been proven that humans somehow gain “different” muscle through a specific rep range clearly do not have much of a scientific background.
Until one of you shows proof of this occurring in nature in humans, how about we quit making shit up?[/quote]
…well maybe you should point him in the right direction instead of jumping down his throat. Your seriously have an attitude problem X and I think you should sort it the fuck out.[/quote]
Yes, Mr. Has No Fucking Pictures or Proof of Training, please call out one of the most respected members of the T-Nation community.
You really don’t get it do you. This is not an episode of Jerry Springer, there is no ‘calling out,’ mere observation. Some of X’s posts are simply down right rude and often stiffles discussion - this is a discussion forum right?
This seems to be a recent thing on X’s part because in his older posts there is alot less attitude. He’s obviously is a very intelligent guy with regards to weight lifting and I for one, when scrolling, used to stop and read his post because more often than not they were worth the read. It pisses me off when someone like X who has so much to offer to this community is all to willing to shoot someone down because they are not quite as knowledgable as he is. He really should drop attitude and return to the X that I learned so much from.
BTW I don’t need pictures to know that I lift weights, and I don’t need you to believe me that I lift weights either. I’m here to learn what I can and perhaps share some advice from my own training if the opportunity arises - which you can take or leave.[/quote]
Why do you think anyone gives a shit that you don’t like how I write? The way I write hasn’t changed in 9 years on this site which means most of what you just threw up on screen is complete bullshit.
If you don’t like my posts, ignore every single one of them.
I don’t log in here to make you happy. Sorry.