I heard this put into perspective quite well one time, which was to think of an area you ARE an expert in (likely your job or hobby), now consider how much more you know now than even 5 years ago in that subject (in which you were still likely very, very educated on the subject)… So please do take a moment to consider that you just might not know a god damned thing in an area you havent studied at all before you attempt to discredit something an expert says. Honestly I find the more someone learns in a subject the more humble they become about it, and in certain ways less certain that they know anything with 100% certainty. That is one of the hallmarks of true expertise in my opinion.
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I find it funny when guys program something into their program without even asking themselves “why”
A great Charles Staley quote: "Everything you do in the gym has a risk, but not everything has a benefit. "
So If you are just adding X,Y, or Z you better be sure you are getting the benefit, because you are definitely taking the risk.