Originally Posted by Year's_End
so are you assuming that every person pursuing some form of personal training is attempting to achieve ungodly levels of strength in their upper/lower/core? or do you think perhaps that many people pursue PT for basic guidance, overall health maintenance, or perhaps motivation and simple yet effective muscle growth? not everyone's trying to be a pro lifter, broham, myself included.
no i dont assume.
but there are three things you can do exercising. Build muscle, increase endurance, and lose fat.
most people want to build some muscle (even if they done know it, aka i want to be more cut, which is increase muscle mass lose fat to the level desired), and 'most" PT dont do a good job teaching one how to build muscle. They have you do a bunch of worthless exercises that do not contribute then they make progress.