The MAB no bull rule.
If you make a outrageous claim, back it up with pictures or video. If you do not, you will not be allowed to give training advice on this forum.
What constitutes an outrageous claim? ...
"I have 20 inch arms at 5% bodyfat."
"I can deadlift 650 pounds, so follow my deadlift program."
"That routine sucks, you should follow mine because it has given me amazing results."
Bottom line. This isn't a hack, e-stats forum. I want this to be a forum where no one hides behind an avatar. Try to be open and honest about where you are at. Also, try to not make blanket statements about what does, and doesn't suck.
I want you to contribute your experiences. I DO NOT want you to heap up BS without backing it with evidence.
This is a rule we have here, and I personally like it. I like honest communication, and knowing what background a person has to speak on a subject they are talking about.
This is very important, I dont want anyone to think that I'm saying people should not contribute. Everyone is free to contribute to any topic.
What is your lifting resume?
In what areas do you feel that you are strongest, in terms of experience to add to the conversation?
In what areas do you generally not speak on?
How did you come to your particular methodology, or is it still being defined?
What do you see as the biggest problem with barbell sports today?
What are some of the biggest mistakes you're made along the way?
When it comes to advice, how do you pick and choose who you listen too?
Feel free to ask more questions. These are just a few that came to mind.