Charles Poliquin (@strengthsensei) is one of the best known strength coaches in the world. He has trained elite athletes from nearly 20 different sports, including Olympic gold medalists, NFL All-Pro’s, NHL All-Stars and Stanley Cup champions, and IFBB bodybuilding champions. His clients include long-jump gold medalist Dwight Phillips, NHL MVP Chris Pronger, and MLB batting champion Edgar Martinez, among many others. Poliquin is currently teaching advanced hypertrophy, nutrition, and strength seminars alongside one of my favorite athletes, Olympic weightlifting icon and medalist Dimitry Klokov. Poliquin has authored more than 600 articles on strength training, and his work has been translated into 12 different languages. He has written 8 books, including his latest, "Arm Size and Strength: The Ultimate Guide." Find much more about Poliquin and his latest at strengthsensei.com
. In this episode we cover every strength trainng and fat loss topic you've ever thought about, including... Thoughts on hormone replacement therapy (HRT) Exploring the use of Deca-Durabolin to support joint repair Thoughts on the pre-workout warmup Most common post-workout mistakes Commonly neglected ways to decrease body fat Thoughts on achieving maximal strength on a plant-based diet And much, much more Links, resources, and show notes from this episode can be found at http://fourhourworkweek.com/podcast
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