So i was at the gym yesterday deadlifting. I am running 5x3x1 for Powerlifting, and was on my 3x3x3 day. I am warming up to my first working set of 3, which is at 315 and a random guy comes up to me and says "You are a lot stronger than what you are lifting. You can do a lot more if you improve your technique."
Im thinking, "i would sure hope so, considering that 315 is 70% of 90% of my 1RM'" but i just nodded politely and said "yeah, i am just working up to my heavier sets." The gym advice dude than began to describe to me how i should be working, and proceeded to come over and attempt to show me how to deadlift on the bar i was on. His form was poor, and his advice was not something that i had a lot of respect for, though i did keep an ear open just in case. I am glad he stopped doing what he was doing to come over and lecture me, because it gave me a little extra motivation, but at what point is enough enough?
As a band of powerlifters, i am sure someone has dealt with this before and has a better response than a simple head nod and thank you dipshit.