I couldn't resist making and account and posting here after reading all your posts. You clearly have no idea who Scooby is what he supports and what he really tries to do. All he wants to do is to get people motivated to get healthier. His aim is not to make everyone huge. That being said, i should stress that he's read probably almost every book about bodybuilding (there's a book section in his website) and has been training at a gym or at home for 24-25 years. That obviously means he is not at all an amateur and is fully informed about everything that has to do with the subject.
He is a natural that simply has thin head and neck which is the reason people think he's not. He encourages correct form to prevent injury and as he said taking the time to do correct form not only works the muscles better but prevents from injuries that can take you months and years to recover. As a supporter of correct nutrition he states scientific facts simplified. Fat loss and weight gain can be achieved at the same time since the burning of fat cell stores and the assimilation of amino acids in the muscle tissue is not related.
By encouraging people to train at home not only he gives the opportunity for someone that doesn't want to or can't get to a gym to work out and get in shape. His engineering skills came handy for him to build devices that help him replicate some machines at the gym which he liked to share with people. He only suggests strong material from mountaineering stores and does only but suggest and show them after having tons of comments asking about them.
Scooby does not make people think they'll get huge by doing push ups. He just explain's that you can get fit by doing them. You can gain mass doing push ups and having a back pack full of weight as he shows in one of his videos. The main reason he shows push ups, as he explains is to incorporate them into your home chest workout and always does them until failure and usually in supersets. The fact that Scooby tells people to use light weights in nothing but misinformation. He only suggests using as much weight as possible to still be able to do correct and slow form. If you can easily do a lot more reps with the suggested form then you need to increase the weight. However he only suggests these to beginners or intermediates. He clearly states to professionals or experienced to use slow and correct form to 8 reps which means a lot more weight. Obviously if you get to be experienced you can follow your own style but Scooby suggests the correct form to get people from 0-50 without injury, from there on they can reach to 100 in whatever way they want, it's up to them however Scooby does have a section for advanced bodybuilders.
Scooby doesn't show stretching but does mention it a few times and obviously believes and uses it. Also he always warms up as he is a big supporter of aerobic exercise such as running or cycling as he keeps mentioning. His form does not make you gain slower as you can choose to use bigger weights and less reps with the correct form to get the same or even better results as you would with bad form.
About Scooby's nutrition views, he is extremely strict as he basically ignores his taste buds when eating. He believes that food is fuel and not enjoyment although he does think recipes of foods that taste good are nice to have. On his website he suggests a book that contains some recipes that will help bodybuilders although he does not force anyone to buy them and never mentions them in any of his videos. The fact is you actually don't need to eat a lot to bulk. Eating a lot just makes creatine in your body larger if it's meat you are asking for and besides creatine can be consumed without the need of the extra calories. I understand how it gives you more energy at the gym but that's not a reason to get fat, as Scooby says "nice and slow"
Anyway to finish this comment as i have answered to all your posts i believe Scooby is a hero in the world of bodybuilding media as he gives a lot of information for free and with his "everything for free" moto he achieved to make himself famous. He does not sell any devices or supplements as everyone else does, he gives away programs and software for free, he even donates what you donate to him to charity if it's between 75-500. Scooby should be treated with respect, please don't judge someone that you haven't been informed about purely by watching one or two videos. He is an all natural (against all supplementations except protein powder which only gets the most natural of them) bodybuilder with years of experience and knowledge on his resumé.