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Old 08-28-2012, 01:51 PM   #22
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I agree with Steve, I wasn't trying to say that a good coach/expert/guru has to have legendary or even great lifters. It is the fact that they can take any person from their own Point A and get them to where they want to be, Point B. You're always going to have specialists in this world that a great at teaching one thing, but those a minimal compared to the number of coaches that are good at taking someone and getting them to their desired goals.

I don't feel like the authors of those articles or information they provide is going to do that. There is my issue with what is coming out over there.
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