Honestly, for the lulz
And no advice is bad advice. You can ask questions, hear what you think is ‘bad advice’ and never follow it because of your subjective view… which in turn could lead you to a more effective approach. From what it seems, the only advice you’re going to accept is the one that jives with your current understanding… this goes for most of us. A vegan wouldn’t dare try a sizzling ribeye, no matter how much protein and EFA’s are in there.
I’m shitting on, ahem excuse me, challenging your perspective on how you decide which advice to take. Granted, a fat guy sitting on a machine, not paying attention, and wearing a Bally’s Total Fitness personal trainer shirt is probably not someone you want to take advice from. However, who’s to say you couldn’t learn from him?
I’ll tell ya exactly what you’re gonna hear from here. A very random template, the names of pundits to somehow extend credibility to the advice they dish out, ‘eat more’, ‘lift more’, and a random program. Actually, not so random. It’ll be Bill Starr or Rippetoe.
Which, IMO, sucks ballsacks.