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Old 04-29-2009, 05:20 AM   #101
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Re: 6 Basic Rules of Training Success

Why is this thread be allowed to continue?
It's degraded way past the point of having any positive flow of information.

Does ANYONE really think views, opinions are going to be changed or enlighten via this thread?
 
Old 04-29-2009, 11:07 AM   #102
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Why is this thread be allowed to continue?
It's degraded way past the point of having any positive flow of information.

Does ANYONE really think views, opinions are going to be changed or enlighten via this thread?
i'm kind of surprised he hasn't been banned yet... but that's not my call to make.

i'd second that vote for pukie's bucket, though.
 
Old 04-29-2009, 09:39 PM   #103
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Re: 6 Basic Rules of Training Success

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Way to respond only to the one person who seems prepared to defend you and ignore the dozen people who disagree with valid points.
I'm not "defending him" just stating the obvious which seems to get missed when people try to defend their points of view at any cost.
ohh no I bumped this thread!
 
Old 04-30-2009, 09:54 AM   #104
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I'm not "defending him" just stating the obvious which seems to get missed when people try to defend their points of view at any cost.
ohh no I bumped this thread!
It's ok to do so if it's in the form of a Valid Question™
 
Old 04-30-2009, 06:19 PM   #105
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Also Phillip, to be fair, Googling Dave's name does turn up some results, including a Wikipedia entry that confirms he was a MLB pitcher, and a good one at that.

Dave, it's not your training philosophies per se that we are attacking, so much as your attitude.

http://kegconditioning.blogspot.com/ (Semi-WFS: plenty of censored four letter words)
That page is one of the worst displays of "Internet Tough Guy Syndrome" I've ever seen. It actually reminds me of this image (not WFS, F-bomb).
Here's the thing Jake, I am a tough guy. It's real simple.
 
Old 04-30-2009, 06:23 PM   #106
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Well wikipedia talks about a MLB player, but David's own website lists him as a former European Basketball player. I of all people and all for diverging view points, but when you claim to know the "secrets" to true training, but aren't willing to engage in real debate you open yourself up to criticism. What I do works well for my athletes, but I don't pretend to say it would work equally well for all athletes. A good S&C coach adapts his program to the athletes and facilities that he/she has.
That's great man, I wish you luck with your athletes. My time here isn't for debate, it's for stating what I know is true. Do yourself a favor and sign up for my newsletter. You'll start doing better for your athletes. Now go be a good strength coach.
 
Old 04-30-2009, 06:26 PM   #107
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I believe your message is the only thing that is suspect. People have asked valid questions to which you have not answered. Yet, you started this thread 6 Basic Rules of Training Success, and then when you’re questioned about those 6 basic rules you do not answer.

I actually answered a lot on this thread Doug but those replies were ignored. You can't be everything to everyone buddy, know what I mean.

Really, I am sorry I ever came to this forum. It has been a big waste of my time. Good luck you guys!
 
Old 04-30-2009, 09:17 PM   #108
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Old 04-30-2009, 10:45 PM   #109
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That's great man, I wish you luck with your athletes. My time here isn't for debate, it's for stating what I know is true. Do yourself a favor and sign up for my newsletter. You'll start doing better for your athletes. Now go be a good strength coach.
Sure, just as long as you come to one of my seminars and learn how to train actually athletes. I"ll even let you in for free.
 
 


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