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Dude, but really, most trainers just aren't that great.
Like C. Staley, I believe that roughly two thirds of all people aren't exactly brilliant in their profession nor do they aspire to or feel passionate about it. They just want to get paid and live their lives.
Most "serious" T-Nationeers who have a few years under their belt (training I mean, not reading) should be able to do better for Tyrone since this is really a hub of great information, methods and debate.
What you wrote:
applies exactly to the dude we saw in the video.
BTW there's some authors who I disagree very much with. And I can exactly say what bugs me and why in technical terms without getting personal or vague.
Pushing iron isn't rocket science, at least at the level most guys work at, that includes Tyrone.
At least if there are no injuries.
Yes, it could be he's deloading and just fooling around in the gym, but that's rather improbable.
A beginner profits immensely from just exploring, understanding and mastering basic exercises.
By that I mean: Pull/Chinups, Presses, Bench Press, Rows, Squats, Deadlifts.
And it's painfully obvious that Tyrone, while making some progress (he's a beginner), is NOT going benefit optimally nor explode like Overeem.
A good coach is fantastic for getting the most out of the basic exercises in a short time.
A bad coach will have him do too much, use fancy shit and generally irritate more then sharpen his concentration for the main lifts. That's btw totally common today.
AFTER he's put on some weight on the bar, you can and probably should do a cycle that focuses on explosivity.
I don't mean 3x bodyweight for deadlifts a la Waterbury, I mean very modest numbers. Tyrone is not even pressing his bodyweight on the bench, but is told to do some "bench situp", speed presses, static stretching.
After increasing your numbers by a nice amount, you can do some funky shit like supersetted weight + plyometric stuff. Because actually achieving a bodyweight x1.3 bench makes you more explosive then staying at bodyweight followed by doing clasping pushups.