Not showing up on time is one. The main irritation involves something I believe Michael Boyle referred to:
People don’t ask questions to get answers; they ask questions to get someone to agree with them.
People with this mindset tens to:
b) refuse a trainer’s advice
c) debate a trainer over what they saw on TV or (drum roll please…) the
because they don’t like a trainer’s response.
Trainers are responsible for providing correct information. People don’t have to like or agree with what a trainer says but seeing something online or on TV does not make you a trainer. If it did, why would you need to ask a trainer?
Food for thought.