More like the "Mad Broscientist". Take this video as an example, the amount of nonsense he talks there is crazy. He misunderstands even basic concepts yet thinks he knows it all and acts incredibly cocky . 90% of what he says is bullshit, he is without a doubt the worst guru out there.
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I have seen some of their videos and he says some good stuff but other things are a bit off imo. I would rather listen to him than most of the other guru's though. I find some of his thoughts interesting and right or wrong they make you think. The same for Trevor as well but he is very knowledgeable.
Pit he literally does that in every video. He is in the vids due to the way he looks but he doesn't add to any of them. Nothing wrong with not having the knowledge of the other guys as many of the guys in the videos don't. But he literally doesn't pay attention to anything, plays on his phone when guys talk and just messes about in the background. So it's definitely not about him not agreeing with what he has to say. He actually looks up to Ameen from what I have seen in other vids.
The guy is the Deepak Chopra of bodybuilding. A bullshit artist who talks gibberish with lots of technical terminology to try and sound smart and innovative.
Basically all the other gurus I have come across seemed like they knew what they are talking about. Coach Trevor is one example. He doesn't have the notoriety/credentials like other guys yet, but it is clear from his videos that has the understanding and practical experience. Sure there's some stuff I happen to disagree with, but it's the minority. Plus, he actually explains his reasoning instead of acting like we have to take his word for it since he is such a genius...
Small quote about Chopra:
Reviewing Susan Jacoby's book, The Age of American Unreason, Wendy Kaminer sees Chopra's popular reception in the USA as being symptomatic of many Americans' historical inability (as Jacoby puts it) "to distinguish between real scientists and those who peddled theories in the guise of science". Chopra's "nonsensical references to quantum physics" are placed in a lineage of American religious pseudoscience, extending back through Scientology to Christian Science. Physics professor Chad Orzel has written that "to a physicist, Chopra's babble about 'energy fields' and 'congealing quantum soup' presents as utter gibberish", but that Chopra makes enough references to technical terminology to convince non-scientists that he understands physics.