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Best Answer Christin Sander says
I ask this after a friend of a friend told an athletic trainer how to lose weight when said pro did not need to lose weight & the advice was unsolicited from someone who's very overweight, has no fitness/med. exp. I'd be insulted as was the pro.
Sean Evans says
When it comes to health and fitness, I take in that person's fitness background, scientific, and medical training. A guy who has none gave unsolicited advice to an athletic trainer. I'm a figure skater & very active person, I'd be insulted.
That picture on this question with your answer is hilarious :)
AMAZING THINKER says
I witnessed an athletic trainer being told how to lose weight by an overweight person who has no medical, athletic/fitness, or scientific training...without the trainer ever asking. The trainer was ticked. That's just wrong and so was the advice!