In the post that you quoted, the person that made the original post did not say that they copied a particular coaches program for a particular athlete or group of elite athletes to the letter copying specific sets, reps, times, recovery periods, etc. They were noting how they began to incorporate concepts. To copy the program of one particular athlete, elite or beginner and blindly apply it to the training of another without considering their experience and abilities is an egregious error. Learning about a training concept and considering its applicability, albeit in a modified form to meet the needs of one’s athlete is called learning. If I wrote a post that said that I began to incorporate plyometrics into the training of my athletes who does that get attributed to? I may have evaluated the physical performanc of my athletes and ddecided that I could improve performance by exploiting physiological mechanisms to enhance their ability to use the stretch shortening cycle. I didn’t say I was using 65 inch box depth jumps that I saw I youtube, it could mean jumping rope. Using grass runs doesn’t mean they copied a Jamaican sprint program, it means they may have learned there is a benefit to grass runs and they modified this training means to improve the performance of their athlete. If you don’t believe in the methods, explain why and maybe others could learn, but I believe its unfair and futile to take shots at elite level coaches or those that learn from them without explaining why you disagree with what they doing with their athletes. Its a sign of someone who is intelligent that seeks out others to learn from their experiences, successes, and failures.