What did Charles Poliquin do that is the best thing for American weightlifting in decades? is it this incentive system, mentioned here?http://extremeconditioning.com/blog/2010/08/29/poliquin-performance-named-official-partner-of-usa-weightlifting.phpWhat does Poliquin Performance get out of this arrangement?
I know that if I was the person who translated the bulk of Russian weightlifting materials, I'd consider statements like what is found in this article on Poliquin's site a personal attack, especially since it's hearsayhttp://www.charlespoliquin.com/ArticlesMultimedia/Articles/Article/637/Understanding_Russian_Weightlifting_Methods.aspx
If Poliquin thinks that 10 sets of 3-6 reps is best for more advanced trainers, he should stick to that advice.
Part of the problem of getting yourself known in bodybuilding publishing is the need to continually pump out articles about various topics. I remember a well known writer from Quebec, Canada writing weekly articles for various online magazines such as Iron Magazine and of course Testosterone magazine and if you asked him about a specific program you would realize that they are concoctions written up out of the necessity of getting something out there for people to read. I don't want to knock this particular person mentioned above, because I know he has volunteered thousands of hours of free time helping others. I am just saying that copious content generation is a necessity in what Bud Charniga calls the business of "information for sale".
That program is for body building and there it might do a good job. In the articles I read about it he also recommended it for that purpose only.
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