Guy: You're lifting your heels, buddy.
Budiak: Oh really? Thanks, I'll watch it on the next set.
Guy: Yeah, if you lift your heels, you lose your power.
Budiak: Yes, I know, I'll watch my form on the next set. Thank you.
Guy: If you dont get all the power from the heels, you cant put enough into the movement.
Budiak: Yes sir, I know all about that. I know about form, I was just concentrating on not passing out
At this point Budiak laughs at his amusing statement, but the doof doesn't understand his humor.
Guy: I'm just trying to help.
Budiak: Yes, and you did. I'll watch myself.
Guy: How heavy do you usually go?
Budiak: Well, since I'm pissed off now, I'm going straight up to 200 today.
The man once again fails to see Budiak's dry, coyly-insulting brand of humor.
Guy: Because you are lifting your heels.
Budiak:Clear off the ground.
Guy: Right off the floor.
Budiak stares silently at the man, who is sweating profusely despite his low level of activity.
Guy: You get more power from the heels if you keep the weight back......
It went on like this for about a half an hour. Its the last time I'm ever going to let somebody even watch me do a set of anything. Sure my form suffered, but I had just kicked up 15 lbs on my squat and faltered the last two reps of a ten-rep set.
Instead of agreeing, I should have turned to him and replied "Hey assface, dont give people squat advice when you dont even go all the way down. My ass is hitting my heels with 200 lbs on my shoulders. You may be able to do two plates, but you barely leave the starting position, you sod."