it's pussies like this that give us trainers bad names.....
I couldn't agree more Duality.
This is why I hate gyms here in sweden, the "instructor" don't know shit mostly,!( There are hardcore gyms around here with bb owners)
Millions of times idiot instructors has come up to me and said "I wouldn't do that, thats to much weight, what are you doing that for?, the machine cant handle that weight, you make to much noise, you scare to older people away"....the dumb fuck the finnish it of with "Do you want me to show you have I do?"......:ranter: ....the problem here were I live...is that it often is a +60 y/o aunty that cant get a job elsewhere.....
That's my point, these guys have their own styles. To each is own, this guy has probably a list of clients. People buy into this shit like hotcakes, women and middle age men love this type of training. I see it everyday in my gym, I workout at 24 hour fitness in Lewisville,Tx and you can see a ton of middle age men doing these exact exercises with their P.O.S. trainers.
I honestly believe that these trainers do not know a difference. What they teach is what they have been given by the club they work for. What this guy does is no different than those people who do the rubber ball workouts. It's all about what you believe in.
As I originally stated this guy is not catering to the everyday bodybuilder. Thus, given the cliental that he potentially works for he is going to use exercises that he feel best fits his clients. How many times have you spoke to people who say, " Oh I don't wanna do that, I'll get to big.. :jerkoff1:" I think you get my drift.
Just for the record: the pushup is probably the best upper body pressing exercise. And pec decks and fly machines should be binned; the only decent fly movement is cables.
It is harder to load than some others but aside from that it kicks ass!