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06-03-2005, 02:58 PM #1
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06-04-2005, 03:45 PM #2
While I like the idea of a rating system, I'm not sure the proposed method would be the best. Just becasue someone has been picking up heavy objects for more than 10 years, doesn't make them smarter in a particualr area of bodybuilding than somone who may have gone to college, gotten a PhD in physiology, coached strength athletes for a couple decades, etc; but never lifted a weight them selves.
if you have been around the site for the last 6-8 years you have no doubt seen a dramatic shift in the over all quality of writing. It has gone from any average joe spewing his fore most opinion to people with a decent amount of education digging through research to prove a theory. Some bodybuilders, some athletes, some just intersted in the sport.
The rating system is a great Idea, but let think of a better way to apply it so the quality adn validity of the articles shines through rather than reverting to the "bigger guy has to be smarter" way of thinking.Cuts To The Bone