Just because something has worked for you and you found value in it doesn‘t mean it can be carried over to the whole population. That is a very closed-minded and self-centered approach that doesn't bring much success in the long run. It is important to understand that our bodies are dynamic systems that depend on a lot of factors. When you add intra- and inter-individual diffrences to this, it is very hard to understand why would people proceed to make such bold claims. Would you force a tall person with long femurs and poor mobility to do High-bar Back Squats just because you think it's the king of all leg exercises? Would you force a mother of two to go to the gym 5 times per week because you found that anything below doesn't bring progress? I hope not.
Let’s talk warm ups! Everyone should warm up, it's an essential part of every training session. As with anything in the strength training world, extremes are present in the realm of warming up too. On one side, you have people who spend 45min foam rolling, stretching, and activating before getting under the bar and on the other, there are people who load up their working sets immediately after doing a set with an empty barbell. Neither of those two are smart approaches, both from a time-management and injury-prevention standpoint.Nik Tibusek