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Also, I’m 70 years old, have joint issues, and generally despise exercise. But I’m doing a 12 week program of Charles Poliquin’s kettlebell course and expect to lift 6 times a week, and jog/walk 1/2 hour on the weeknights.
I would definitely be interested in knowing if Charles Poliquin has a specific one or two Gotu Kola supplement brands he trusts especially after recent reports about how many pull the old bait and switch. If Im going to buy for 6 months I want to be as sure as I can be that Im getting the right stuff! Amazing interview thanks again!
Tim, Im 57 and fairly experienced with squats, deadlifts,power cleans, pressing etc. Unfortunately after a few weeks into Simple and Sinister with moderate kettle bell weights, despite good form, experienced severe low back spasm. Happened again a few weeks later after going back easy, and after hearing Charles rant about kettle bells and back pain, went back to a basic barbel program. Kettle bells were fun and a very efficient workout, but not for me.
a 4 month kettle bell certification with Charles Poliquin and he did 3 certification certifications with coach Yvette. There is no way to get kettle bells out of Charles Poliquin’s mouth quick enough for me. I signed up for a 2 weeks kettle bell certification with the simple and sinister program which cost $2000 to become certified and have the right to call yourself a kettle bell certified trainer. My certification cost me $4000 and 4 hours daily with Charles.
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I read Charles Poliquin for a long time at StrongLifts. Charles Poliquinís perspective is that the question of if kettlebell training can provide some benefits or not is a great one. I think Pavel Medvedevís perspective is that there are still questions to be answered. I also had the pleasure of speaking with Charles at RKC 2013 and asked him about this subject and what he thought on it. Here is what he had to say.
I have to say I do agree with Charles and even Pavel. Kettlebells are very hard to get the right form with, which often creates knee injuries. But they are also great for those that are not strong enough to do a regular weightlifting program. Pavel also mentions that kettlebells do not place enough stress on some muscles. Once again we do need to look at the topic from different angles. I would take the kettlebell statement to mean that they can be used to a high degree for some people and that they donít stress every muscle correctly.
As far as the rate of improvement I would agree that kettle bell swings are not the best way to improve all exercises. But for some they can be pretty useful. I donít think this thread should be about Charles Poliquin, but you should know your facts before you start attacking them.
Charles Poliquin, Charles Kelly, thank you for bringing the discussion to a sensible place. This isnt just a rant, but a serious evaluation of a major aspect of my training program. I am grateful for all of your input and advice. I have a good feeling about season #2. It looks like Im only going to have to be a little more disciplined on two days a week. Ill keep you posted on progress.