I keep seeing young beginner's out there wanting a 3-4 way split, which supps to eat to get hyooge and ripped at the same time. Oh well. They'll learn.
You say about beginners like myself: 'oh well, they'll learn'
But i wonder how, if information is not passed on from experienced weight trainers like yourself?
Is that not how we learn? from recieving information from other people? Yes it is possible to learn through making your own mistakes and making appropraite adjustments, but is it not far more efficient to ask advice from people far more experienced than us?
The point i am trying to make:
I am 18 and have been lifting for nearly a year, recently I posted up my idea for a new 3 day split routine, asking for any advice/criticisms. I am extremely grateful for the information and advice passed on to me from members of this forum such as Matt Z and Stephen Johnson, however if you are seeing beginners like myself wanting 3/4 day splits to get 'hyooge' and you believe (which i am sure you are right) that this is NOT the right thing to do, then why not tell them this to help them learn?
btw I do not wish to seem rude or arrogant just intrigued...