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Charles Poliquin

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The Psychology of Nutrition, Habits & Lessons from Charles Poliquin | Ben Siong - Orphic Podcast #38

Orphic Education Podcast

Had a very thought-provoking conversation with Benjamin Siong on the pursuit for excellence, giving back, gratitude, understanding how to change destructive behaviour and introduce constructive habits, developing systems and lessons and stories from Charles Poliquin.   https://www.instagram.com/benperformancecoach/

1hr 4mins

16 Mar 2021

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The Ultimate Health Expert on Adapting training to blood markers & Charles Poliquin's Advice To Him - David O'Brien

RealMVMT Podcast

David O'Brien co-founded 5th Element Wellness... one of the world's leading holistic training facilities with the best of everything. He's since built custom blood marker analysis software to help performance coaches and nutrition experts identify what food and training will get the best performance results.Please Enjoy!Brought to you by Keegan Smith & RealMVMT Mentorship.

1hr 9mins

18 Feb 2021

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What I learnt working with Charles Poliquin & Other Past Stories Episode #5

Keith Alpert - Athletist

Keith used to work alongside the late strength and conditioning coach Charles Poliquin, here is his story and some of what he learnt while working with him. The timestamp of what is in the interview; 1 min – The story behind how Keith met Charles Poliquin. 3.11 – What Keith learnt from Charles. There is more to a program than just the exercise. There are a number of variables and how you are able to incorporate those to get to the goal. Everyone has their own unique qualities that you have to deal with. 4.50 - Keith discusses his qualifications and working with his older brother, in training basketballers. His brother taught skills and Keith was the strength coach. 6.14 - Keith explains how he started teaching for Charles Poliquin and taught a level one course. Charles had a number of Hockey athletes he would refer to other trainers such as Keith, so Keith was able to train some of his athletes. 9.35 - What Keith loved about Charles’s style of coaching or teaching methods. How Keith took on the information that he learnt and was able to incorporate it and apply the method to different situations with his own clients. There is an art to coaching, and being able to recognize how someone is reacting to the program. 11.49 - Example of when Charles was training dealing with explosive athletes in the world of track and field and his discovery that programs to be changed more often than for everyday people. To ask Keith a question, send him an email on; keithalpert@gmail.com or Connect with Keith here; Download the Free Strength Training Program - https://bit.ly/collegebasketballtraining Free Facebook group; www.facebook.com/groups/2686432534788051/ Insta; www.instagram.com/athletist/ YouTube; https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3L2OtEtumflt1aZ3gTYuzQ Podcast Apple itunes; https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/keith-alpert-athletist/id1530743133?uo=4 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1p7Dahn7PVQHOr8o3iZzrW Website; www.athletist.com/ Twitter; https://twitter.com/KeithAlpert?s=20 LinkedIn; https://www.linkedin.com/in/keith-alpert-73872816/

23mins

8 Oct 2020

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Episode 011: Preston Greene – Sports Specific Training, Being mentored by Charles Poliquin, and the role of nutrition & supplements in sports performance.

Golf 360

Preston Greene is not your average Strength & Conditioning Coach. While many teenagers were eager to improve their swing, squat, jump shot or bench press, Preston was studying how to get them to do that better. He began studying training at age 14 and has been helping athletes improve ever since. He has worked at some of the most prestigious universities in the country; Clemson, Stanford, University of Arizona, among others, all leading to his current position at University of Florida. Preston has helped countless athletes achieve success at the highest levels from collegiate championships all the way up to the professionals (NHL and NBA) and Olympic ranks. Not only does he hold a degree in health science, but he has a Masters in applied kinesiology and sports management. Preston also holds numerous certifications and memberships including the National Strength & Conditioning Assoc. (NCSA), he has a performance enhancement specialist certification from the National Association of Sports Medicine (NASM) and one of the most impressive, he is 1 of 16 Internationally Certified PICP (Poliquin Int’l Certification Program) Level 5 Coaches (see the ‘Show Notes’ for a description of this certification). The PICP Level 5 is from his mentor and legendary coach Charles Poliquin’s Group Education. Preston and I have an amazing discussion that revolves around his start in the field at an early age, his apprenticeship under Coach Poliquin and what he’s learned from a lifetime spent in his field. Not only do we discuss sport specific training, but we also get into discussing nutrition and supplements and how in todays nutrient depleted world they are musts if one is perform at the highest levels successfully. This was an awesome interview and Preston made time on 3 separate occasions so we could get it done. He gives a lot of great insight into the world of training and what everyone can do to improve.

2hr 43mins

6 Oct 2019

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10 Things I Learned from Charles Poliquin - Solo Round

The Smart Nutrition Made Simple Show with Ben Brown

Today is my first actual solo podcast episode and I see it only fitting to share with you the top 10 things that I learned from the Strength Sensei - Charles Poliquin, who was a strong mentor for me. 1) The powder community: The majority of the people I know and respect the most in the industry is because of taking Charles courses. It's where I got to validate my ideas, learn what other coaches were doing and just bro out with other like minded peeps. We need community to thrive. 2) You gotta pay to play: I hired CP for a 1-1 consult in 2009. It was $1000 for the hr and, to this day, one of the best decisions I've made for my career. Not because of the consult itself, but because it helped us build rapport. Eventually this led to client referrals, networking opportunities and ultimately new business partnerships, a contract with a major NBA organization and helped me launch and grow the #CompleteEssentials. 3) Teach through storytelling: Charles was a great story teller. Many times he had me dying laughing with some of the stories he'd tell, the attention to detail, and what a great memory he had. It wasn’t the information that resonated, but the way he relayed it that made it stick. 4) Be polarizing: People loved him or hated him, and he owned it and never flinched. He taught me to be ok with putting out content that people may not agree with as well as telling clients what they need, not what they want to hear. 5) The path to success is never linear: CP had a tumultuous ride and while I won't pretend to know too in depth, I do know that his highs were certainly accompanied by plenty of lows. I’m especially saddened because despite his success, I’m confident his best had yet to come... 6) Question everything: Being brought up in an academic household, I learned early on to be analytical (and skeptical). It was the fascinating nature of the Biosignature courses (and my skepticism that ensued) that forced me dig in and find out more about nutrition and supplementation, and ultimately go back to school and to get another degree.  7) Prioritize what really matters: I always had a tremendous amount of respect for Charles and his relationship with his daughter. The way his eyes lit up when he spoke of her. You knew instantly that the hard shell of his physique was nothing but playdough to her every need and to those people in his life he really cared for. 8) How to ask good questions: When I first started taking courses with Charles in 2007, you learned very quickly not to ask dumb questions. He would look at you as if he was trying to melt you with his eyes and the verbal assault was equally penetrating.  9) Give credit where credit is due: CP had a remarkable ability to tell you exactly when and from whom he learned a certain topic, tool or tip. Having had and uncountable number of people plagerize his work to-date, he was especially great about recognizing and respecting those that blazed the trail before him.  10) What you appreciate, appreciates: Charles taught me the power of gratitude to help me attract what I want in my life. A way to focus on opportunity, new possibilities and positivity rather than problems and negativity. "No pissing, no moaning." Thank you Charles. You made an indefinable impact in my life and I only wish I could have shared this with you sooner. If you enjoyed this episode, head on over to iTunes and subscribe to The Smart Nutrition Made Simple Podcast if you haven’t done so already. While you’re there, leave a rating and review.  It’s the best way that we can help more people ultimately make Smart Nutrition SIMPLE! ***And if you're ready to take your training and nutrition to the next level so that you can optimize your energy and body composition, then schedule your free strategy call with Ben: www.bslnutrition.com/levelup/

29mins

15 Jan 2019

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LLA Ep.#242: This week, we take time to reflect on the contributions of the late Charles Poliquin

Live Life Aggressively Podcast w/Mike Mahler & Sincere Hogan

LLA Episode #242: This week, we take time to reflect on the contributions of the late Charles Poliquin, and his impact on us, the fitness industry, his charitable interests, as well as the following: Mike reflects on his encounters with the late Charles Poliquin Why utilizing a podcast as a pitchfest is really a bad idea and what you can do better Mike talks "position vs. prospecting" The guys share some dating advice that most dating blogs don't want to tell you All this and much more: Links & Resources mentioned in the show: Listen to ad-free LLA Podcast Premium Episodes for Patreon Subscribers Only. Become a monthly supporter via $5 or more on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/llapodcast Project Child Save: http://projectchildsave.org Warrior Angels Foundation: http://warriorangelsfoundation.org Purchase Aggressive Strength products: http://strengthbymahler.com Purchase Aggressive Strength Bundles:  http://budurl.com/mahlerbundles Purchase New Warrior Training products: http://newwarriortraining.com Destiny Rescue: https://destinyrescue.org Listen and download archived free episodes at  http://strengthbymahler.com or http://newwarriortraining.com. also subscribe, download, rate & review us at:iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/live-life-aggressively-podcast/id646524617Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=34706&refid=stprAlso, be sure to "like" and connect with us on our Facebook fan page at http://facebook.com/llapodcast.  

1hr 14mins

26 Nov 2018

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Special Edition: Aerobic exercise may be destroying your body - Charles Poliquin : 537

The Human Upgrade with Dave Asprey—formerly Bulletproof Radio

This episode is a special edition of Bulletproof Radio because a good friend and mentor, Charles Poliquin, a man who has helped elite professional athletes and Olympians win hundreds of medals, passed away unexpectedly.Charles was a knowledgeable biohacker, and a wealth of knowledge and was always eager and willing to share it. We lost an amazing biohacker when he passed but I am grateful to be able to share his amazing knowledge one more time in this episode.During this episode, we discuss how too much aerobic exercise may be destroying your body, but weightlifting can save it! World-renowned strength and conditioning educator, Charles Poliquin, reveals what he's learned to tune the human body to its optimal working state using his decades of experience and knowledge training elite professional athletes and Olympians who have won hundreds of medals. Everything you think you know about exercise and its effects on the human body is wrong and Charles is here dispel those commonly believed myths that have been breaking down your body on the cellular level and making you susceptible to degenerative brain diseases later on life.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

1hr 4mins

23 Oct 2018

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#036 Charles Poliquin, mission, vision, values and how to create something from nothing

The Strength and Success Show with Brendan Chaplin

In this episode I am talking about Charles Poliquin's career in the industry and the lessons we can learn from him, how to determine your personal mission, vision and values, and then finally how to approach the hard work at the start of your business venture, this is the stuff that scares people away from starting their businesses.

34mins

8 Oct 2018

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Episode 106: Remembering Charles Poliquin (Conversation with Scott and Sean)

Fitness, Wellness, and Longevity

In this week's episode, Scott and Sean speak about the life and recent death of Charles Poliquin. They talk about his contributions to the strength and conditioning field, along with some of there stories of Poliquin workouts that they have done in the past. All this and more!

30mins

29 Sep 2018

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Ep. 37 - Charles Poliquin, strength coach

The Power of Thought

Charles Poliquin is a strength training coach who has worked with over 800 Olympic athletes in 22 different sports. If you’re someone who is looking to transform your body in a short period of time, this is not an episode that you want to miss. Charles breaks down his career, his thoughts on Crossfit, and shares an insightful story of how even Arnold Schwarzenegger has dealt with fear. You can visit Charles’s site at StrengthSensei.com and also follow him on Instagram @strengthsensei1 and on Twitter @StrengthSensei . He is active on social media, so let him know what you thought of the interview.We also include another “From 40,000 Feet” segment. On this one, you may be surprised by Brandon’s thoughts on James Comey after seeing him speak at Young Presidents Organization, and reading his book “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership.” Be sure to write us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts if you’ve been enjoying the show, and follow us on our social media pages @PowerOfPodcast. Until next week folks! Stay positive.

43mins

18 May 2018

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