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Winning the Arms Race: The Ultimate Training Program for Arm Size and Strength epub ebook

by Charles Poliquin,Roberto Reyes Jr.

Winning the Arms Race: The Ultimate Training Program for Arm Size and Strength epub ebook

Author: Charles Poliquin,Roberto Reyes Jr.
Category: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: CharlesPoliquin; 2001 edition (2000)
Pages: 83 pages
ISBN: 097019790X
ISBN13: 978-0970197900
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 266
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Synopsis: Winning the Arms Race is a product of Charles's two decades of experience creating successful weight .

Synopsis: Winning the Arms Race is a product of Charles's two decades of experience creating successful weight training routines for hundreds of individuals. Everything you need to know to train your arms is in this book. Bibliographic Details. Publisher: CharlesPoliquin Publication Date: 2001 Binding: Soft cover Illustrator: Roberto Reyes Jr.

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So why another arm book, Charles? "While the programs in Winning the Arms Race are effective, the .

So why another arm book, Charles? "While the programs in Winning the Arms Race are effective, the book itself was incomplete," says Poliquin. For example, if the brachialis is under-developed you'll never have big biceps. Mercifully, Poliquin keeps the discussion of goals rooted firmly in training, such as how to set effective training goals and how to foster an "all business" environment in the gym that encourages gains. Essential info in this section includes why naturals should keep getting strong in the six key arm lifts. The six key lifts are

In each cycle you will train the arms every five days using a specific training method. After six exposures to a particular method you’ll then switch to the next routine.

In each cycle you will train the arms every five days using a specific training method.

Charles Poliquin: Interview. Charles Poliquin: Meeting of the Minds. Charles Poliquin: No Holds Barred. Charles Poliquin – PT Prophet Podcast Episode 19 // Hosted by Hayden Wilson. Deconstructing the Worlds Most Successful Strength Coach, Charles Poliquin.

Charles R. Poliquin (March 5, 1961 – September 26, 2018) was a Canadian strength coach. He was also the author of eight books. Charles Poliquin was born on March 5, 1961 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He earned a master's degree in Exercise Physiology. He started strength training at an early age. Poliquin began working as a strength coach while he was in graduate school in Canada. He helped popularize German Volume Training.

His first book, The Poliquin Principles formatted a basic summary of his training methods and provided insight into the training regimens of some of the world's top athletes. Selected list of trainees. David Boston, NFL Pro Bowl wide receiver. "Introduction to the German Volume Training".

Winning the Arms Race is a product of Charles's two decades of experience creating successful weight training routines for hundreds of individuals. Everything you need to know to train your arms is in this book. What's more, unlike many bodybuilding programs you may have tried, the workouts and exercise techniques Charles reveals here will ensure that your arms grow strong as well as large. If you're serious about achieving your ultimate physique, Winning the Arms Race should be a part of your training library.
Reviews (7)
Bundis
To me this is one of the best, to the point books on how to build a good set of arms. It doesn`t get into the rest of the body like many other books do; it focuses only on the arm workouts. Would have been nice if Poliquin would have thrown in a bench program or a good power body-building workout in it.

Hulis
I highly recommend this book for a very sensible, very effective approach to strength training. Poliquin has done extensive research & bases his method on a combination of science & field experience as an elite athlete trainer. I made the best gains in my arms using his routines, and I think he might be one of the best contemporary experts on strength training.

I'd especially like to note that unlike some other strength and fitness routines I've followed, this one is definitely do-able and realistic. You will be psyched and rested for your next workout - not burnt-out & dreading it like I've experienced with some others. And your arms will still get bigger than on any of those other programs.

Poliquin's program is broken down into cycles over the course of several weeks, each building on the other. Some cycles were more challenging for me since I only have a small home gym setup & no training partner.

It doesnt go into any routines for other body parts, and I definitely was left wanting as far as how to integrate the cycles here with cycles for other body areas as well as other fitness goals.

I hadnt read any of his other books before picking this up, except for his articles in various mags -but I will definitely be picking up the other book from him a reviewer mentioned. Finally I do suggest checking out the author's website for the most economical price. Some of the prices I've seen ($80/book) are pretty out of control, given these books are still in print.

Akir
You want no non-sense advice and instruction on strength training, and serious strength training at that? There are really only a couple of places you need to look. Honestly, the first place I would turn to is Dave Draper. Hands down. Second, Charles Poliquin. I was actual brought to Poliquin by Draper and am very glad that I was.

Poliquin provides thorough, extremely easy to follow advice on not only nutrition, but form, function and routine. You can not go wrong if you only had to resort to one book and you picked up one of Poliquin's. I would however recommend going straight to his site and picking up his German Body Comp book. It really surpasses his others, with the exception of the now very out of print Poliquin Principles. If you are lucky enough to stumble upon a copy of Poliquin Principles at a decent price, pick up without hesitation...it will become your bible...second or third only to perhaps Bill Pearl's Keys to the Universe.

Get this if you have no other access to Poliquin's books, or don't want to go the route of the German Body Comp book. It, in itself for arms training, is invaluable.

Saberdragon
This book is good for the Intermediate to advanced weight trainer who wants better arm development. Charles lays out the information well and keeps it in plain English so that even the beginner will understand it..I used the workout for triceps and added a full inch to my triceps in one month!

Fecage
Charles Poliquin is largely responsible for my success in powerlifting and strongman sports.His first book,"The Poliquin Principles",is my training bible,and I have made massive gains from it.I also follow all his articles in ironman magazine and Flex Magazine.With that,I have to say I was a bit disappointed in this book.It has some very useful info,but a full half of the book is simple illustrations on how to do the various lifts.It also doesn't stress that you need a full body workout(which he assumes all lifters know).If you already own "the poliquin principles",or can get a used copy of it,bypass this book.Otherwise,go for it,with the caveat that you can't just work biceps and triceps if you want to get "big"...

Gavidor
Anyone who trains NHL players has got to be listened to!
My only complaint: the author needs to put out MORE material for us!!

Quamar
Not as good as some of charles's other publications, and comes off as a bit of a recipe book arm program, but charles and his programs get results and results are what counts bottom line.

Someone should tell Mr. Poliquin that the best way to train arms is to not train them! They get plenty of work through pulldowns, rows, and pressing movements. Keep the poundages moving gradually upwards in the big exercises and the arms will follow.
Mr. Poliquin is knowledgeable when it comes to training elite athletes, but his methods would kill any normal individual. I highly recommend Stuart McRobert's excellent books if you are serious about gaining muscle in a non-professional capacity.

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