Originally Posted by BendtheBar
These are the real guys I am trying to help, and speak to.
I would never try to tell someone who has good size and strength how to train. I don't believe there is a "best way" for an experienced intermediate lifter. They train to fit their bodies and needs.
But more than that, I just wish we lived in a world where education on the differences between natural and assisted lifting were better known. You can't play soccer with bowling balls.
Amazing post! I have fallen into that category who became lost in the sea of bodybuilding/strength information. After I gave up competitive sports where I was on a structured off-season program, I had to figure it out for myself. Four years later I have realized that it turns out I should have continued to train like an athlete; basic moves, 3-4 times a week, progression, and a few sprint/GPP/jog sessions as well for conditioning.