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Questions & Answers:
Q.If you could pick one person to work out with, who would it be?
A. Charles Poliquin, he’s one of the worlds most successful strength coaches. He mostly trains professional athletes and Olympians, he’s a genius at writing routines and producing results. I’ve read most of his books and his online articles, every time I implement what he recommends into my own training and my clients training it always works.
Q. How long have you been training clients?
A. Ever since I passed the NSCA-CSCS exam about 2 years ago, but I have transitioned over to mostly online training in the past 6 months.
Q. What does your workout split look like?
A. It varies, when I was more focused on improving strength and athleticism I used an upper/lower split training 4-5 times per week. In the past year I have been focusing more on hypertrophy and have been doing a body part split training 5-6 times per week with higher volume.
Q. Which exercise do you think is best for building the chest?
A. The barbell bench press flaring the elbows out, using a full range of motion and a controlled tempo with at least a 4 second eccentric focusing on squeezing the chest at the top of the movement.