I want to preface this post by saying that I am in no way calling out anyone in particular on this thread.
There has been something that has been bothering me for a quite a while now. There is nothing that gets under my skin more than when someone new to training asks for help/advice on training, diet, supplementation, etc.; then no more then a week later they are doling out their advice and "experience" to others guys/gals just starting out.
When I see this I get so fucking annoyed, I really want to call the person out on that thread, but more often than not feel that it would be in poor taste.
Just so you new guys know. I have been training seriously for 7-8 years. It took me 2 and half years before that to learn correct form, nutrition, etc. and I am still learning something new everyday.
Even though I have been committed to bodybuilding for a while (and I know there are plenty of people on here that have been at it a lot longer than I) I keep my mouth shut most of the time. The reason being is that I learned what works for me personally, through trial and error over the years and because of this have been very successful in my pursuits.
Most of the time if I do chime in on a post, I state. "this is what works for me" or "what I have found" because I honestly do not know if it will work for the person asking for advice, and I in no way try to present myself as an expert on any subject.
It is good to ask opinions of experienced people around here, but for god sakes do your own research and go through your own trial and error periods. And if you just learned something, don't regurgitate it as if you are an expert on it.
End of rant