I agree but also disagree.
It does all just come down to lifting weight. No matter how good your program is, or what brand fish oil your taking, your not gonna get good results if your not consistently working hard.
For some, hard work isn't all thats needed. I would say that being dedicated to the point where you go on the internet and see what others have to offer, and commit to learning shows more dedication, then someone who just goes to the gym and lifts.
Also, if nobody ever read a book, or did research on the internet, then information would never travel, and we would never learn anything new, or at least not as much as we know now. The internet allows you to learn from others mistakes, and successes.
Also, theres always a differents between training hard and training smart. More is not always better. I think a lot of people on here are seeking optimal training. Some think its because we are lazy, while those that are similar to me, understand that you cant always go harder or do more, so you better be doing whats gonna work best.
The guys point about training for 12 years to learn is just ridiculous. Pick up a fucking book or learn to use the internet, and you can defintely cut that time down by 5-10 years.
Very ignorant IMO
But in the end, all the knowledge about training wont do you any good if you dont lift more weight. That should be the lesson of every article.... whatever you do, lift more weight, or the same weight more times, or the same amount of weight in less time....