This quote is loaded with so much bro-science it's laughable. It also lacks anything that suggests you've made any observations in the real world. I tell you what, go throw your 5RM for squats on a bar today, and do 5 sets with that. Then come back tomorrow morning and do 5 sets. And do it again tomorrow night and do 5 sets. And do that 2X a day for however long you feel is necessary. Let me know when you start gaining strength. I will wait. "Anything is possible" after all.Overtraining is a concept of bro science. If you feed your body what it needs and focus on rest, recovery, anything can be achieved. I've been training 3 hours full body 3-4x a week switching up rep schemes every 8-12 weeks, and I've maintained my gains since beginning lifting after a long layoff. Just got tested at 4.8 percent body fat weighing in at 184.5 , lbm sitting at 175. My point is this its more in your mind than body. Willpower is everything.
Also - will power is complete fiction. Anyone who has ACTUALLY looked into the REAL science of it, realizes it is a myth and does not exist in the way people believe.
If you aren't happy with your physique, why would you use it as proof that your theory is right?That's what I came in at. It is what it is. I'm still not happy with my physique, probably never will be.
Basically these two quotes together say, "I work out for 9-12 hours a week and I have a physique I am not happy with, so you should stop believing bro-science and realize overtraining is nonsense."