My guest today is Charles Poliquin. Charles is recognized as one of the worlds most successful strength coaches and has coached Olympic to professional athletes. Poliquin was Canada’s second youngest black belt at the age of 14, has mastered 6 different martial arts, and is influenced strongly by Bruce Lee, karma and other eastern influences. After getting into karate at the age of 10, he moved into lifting weights at the age of 14 and fell in love instantly with the sport. He took on his first training client in his first year of college at the age of 17 and has named himself the “Strength Sensei”.
The topic is strength coaching.
In this episode of Trend Following Radio:
- Long distance cardio vs. short sprint workouts
- The importance of sleep to your health and fitness
- Meditation and mindfulness
- How testosterone levels affect the psychology of men and woman
- Relationship between top athletes and top executives
- How to stay motivated
“Progression not perfection is what you should be focusing on.” –Charles Poliquin
“The general who sleeps the most wins the war.” –Charles Poliquin
Mentions & Resources:
- Charles Poliquin
- Ed Seykota
- Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers by Robert M. Sapolsky
- Brooks Kubic
- Bruce Lee
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