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How to Use German Volume Training

20 Minute Fitness

04:48 min | 1 year ago

How to Use German Volume Training

"German volume training was popularized by Rolf. A- might say his surname wrongs apologize but Rolf Feser or visa in the mid seventies and of this new process. It it was in Germany. Rolfe was then. The national coach of weightlifting missing and routine creates barrel for his athletes was re characterize by intense rigid work and restaurant ges and it produced amazing results by the one thousand nine hundred Canadian spread coach. Charles Polokwane adopted the program and professional bodybuilder. Vince Giraldo's also massive proponent of this astonished Training Charles pollock would actually window to Germany to learn from roles and in an interview with Bob End. Paul said that they were big believers out there in Germany. unroll a champion of this. In the low of repeated efforts say one of the reasons they said people don't get strong is because they simply don't do enough sets so so what is German volume training. We've already had that implies is going to be a number of sets it's also referred to as the ten sets method. I'm was often used in the off-season to help weightlifters gain lean body mass and in fact it was so efficient that lifted routinely moved up full weight class within twelve weeks so German volume will you. Training is defined by its distinctive sets and REPS SCHEME TED and sets off ten which sounds as horrible as it is honestly is horrible actually used it. It's very recently and I can show you that it hurts and to make matters worse you rest. Periods are very short sixty seconds between sets. If you're doing one main left such as the School Toro Bench press on Ninety to one hundred twenty seconds between sets if you're alternating between two movements. So how can you go about starting German volume training so you want to really begin for weight. You lift the twenty reps to failure. If you had to save more most people on most exercises that could represent about sixty percent of your one rep Max Lewd. So you'll bench pressing three hundred pounds for one Rep. You should use one hundred eighty pounds for the exercise fully for the session. Sessions won't be will start with this method. They often question its value really for the first several sets. Because I wouldn't lie. It does feel quite easy to wait. Doesn't feel heavy enough on you feel like don't get a breeze through this however could the middle respiratory in sets. It does really quickly catch up on you on your muscles almost seem to drop off on hits. It's really hard to actually to finish head Reps. And obviously you know that you might have four or five cents left there so it does definitely catch up but the body basically adopts the extraordinary stress by hypertrophy being targeted muscle fibers in the body. And honestly your your body will not be used to the volume endurance needed by your. The muscles is quite intense. It really does lead to built-up fatigue or an interesting CIDER. Though you might find. You seem to get stronger again during the eighth and ninth nine cents really and this is because of the short term neural adaptation. What you're able to do ten sets of ten with constant rest intervals? So that means you're sticking to. You're sixty seconds. You'll doing ten clean reps ten sets then you should think to increase the weight and if you're using a ball for example you might want to increase around fortified aww five percent and then repeat the process also again just emphasize you should be doing. Well executed Reps. The form should be kept strict. You know trying to force wraps APPs with bad form during any negatives or anything like that the volume of work will take had the hypertrophy of your muscles and for each Joan volume trading session. You do you should huge. Let that muscle group recover from each session because it's so intense volume body Paul. You might want to leave it full five days to recover as really does have significant impacts on your your body. Charles pollock said at the end of cycle. So once you've done a whole Joan volume training program you'll get closer to a high percentage of your one re Max because you develop more work poverty. He also says do exercise like back. Squats Lakers too inefficient exercises goblet scored. So even the leg press he found. If you're doing a high energy exercise takes a lot out of you like the squad noodling ten reps ten times. Then it's really quite significant impact on your body and it takes a lot of efforts of one on your part but if you're doing on the leg press your rate of perceived effort for example might be sixty percent of what it would be on the squat. As less of a compound compound movement using as many muscle groups have. What have the waiters on your back? So you won't do exercise that recruits a lot of motor units all the way down to the accessories unreas- German volume training is really a quite significant challenge. If you don't mind lengthy up to five days after a leg day you do want some good results. If you've hit a plateau for example simple then give German volume training ago on. Let us know how you end

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"charles pollock" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

12:32 min | 1 year ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Genetic profiles on subsets of our groups so we can look for traits that are correlated with success us rights like is there a mental makeup. That's correlated with success is their genetic so long. It's like knowledge discovery. You know what I mean like. We're extra trying to create canoe knowledge so a lot of this is sort of that hybrid combination of too but I'd say I often get heat for the talking about a body types at all right there like that was disproven like sheldon somatic typing was disproven yeah as a way of determining cognitive makeup up but you can't you can't have spend your time in a gym and not look around and see obvious differences in body types right and and then if you've been around that Jim for long enough you see like if that person I'm looking at right now. overeats they end up just a bigger version of the same body type diet the end up. Just a smaller version of that body type doesn't fundamentally changed their overall shape and so anyway. There's that you know we've all often used things like amino acids essential amino acids during training for example on the evidence based community often. I comes on attack there as well like just eat enough protein or whatever but me personally like. I have a sensitivity entity to lactose and to any milk protein so I I simply can't have anything than anything dairies not a moral judgment. This is it's like when I have anything that comes from dairy blows up like in a big immune system reactions stuffing just all that so I use essential amino acids around training in the rest of my food at my prote- comes from food sources non dare you know so. It's little things like that but I'd say generally you know often supplements supplements you know. Were you supplements from time to time in this sort of limiting factor type of way I came. What's the thing that's in the way of your progress okay. Can we get out with supplement. They wouldn't have got any any other way. Also I did a pretty comprehensive peace on essential oils on which is a big evidence base. No no Oh nowadays which is fascinating me. The evidence based community comes down on experimentation about things. They don't like. You know what I mean. You're like the weight of evidence based on experimentation. What the heck are we talking about here. You're just saying is. I don't like essential oils. You're not saying it's not evidence based as you're saying. I don't like it is there's like ten thousand studies essential oils so I actually did a series of experiments looking at I had seen a bunch of patent papers on two types of essential oils in their impact on to saas thrown in growth hormone production. I was like this is pretty interesting so I saw these case reports parts so then. I'm like well. I'm going to try this on myself so I did a big write up on it but on found like a pretty powerful effect on production onto saas room production with just four drops of two different essential oils over the course of a couple of weeks and I repeated that with two other subjects as well so like there's some interesting things happening here but again when I talk about it that people are like varieties. Not Evidence wasn't didn't give if you some kind of evidence like I don't get it. Was it motor oil. No it was it's it's hilarious. It's Blue Spruce Bruce Oil and Balsam fir and they come from what you'd expect a come from like evergreens on it's essential oil from evergreen trees and and it's it's not a pleasant experience. GP's oils right and then you're like being like Winter Winter Evergreen arrange your like him. I like skiing in the Alps in the winter right now. That's going on here but yeah I mean there's they. I think they influence. It's like fatuity production of precursor hormones. If n trigger like you know go nadal production of Austronesian online without being too physiological logical by There's all these little interesting looks in crannies of of things that I think can can make a difference and I was I. I don't know if you guys know J. L. Holdsworth but absolutely him in any oh he's doing this the these cool sort of liked neuronal manipulation shing techniques right now. I don't know if he's ever put those folks on you to do. Wake Up. I'm familiar. I'm familiar with some of the stuff that he does and it's it's pretty amazing. I've never experienced experienced it personally but I know he'll you know work on some spa on someone's foot or something and then like a red rash or something might appear on their thigh because they had an old injury through lag or something crazy and people are like what the Hell's going on but he's got a good understanding of all that kind of stuff. I'm still wearing a bunch of bruises. Talk to you with this thumb at all right. Here's insane journals for two weeks so so anyway I bring that up because this is just another area where there is literally no one in the evidence based Community GonNa take what he's doing seriously today right because he's like he's. He's doing these things that he's proposing. We are like manipulating your entire nervous system. You know unlocking years of sort of what I what I consider like muscle neuronal memory Marie. There's probably not even tools measure that writes no one's. GonNa take it seriously but I saw him treat a guy this past weekend. Guide literally couldn't touch his toes. You talked to them in a couple places for ten seconds puts his hands under his feet right full bent on. I'm like all right. I don't know anything about this but there's like it's. Yeah I've experienced that from Charles pollock he took a pen cap up and drove it into the bed nail of my thumb and I was able to so normally when I squat my hands are all the way out you know at the end of the bar and then when he this guy was able to lock my arms in a normal squat position for the first time in in since I was a kid it was while I was like what the Hell did you do you know and then to get more range of motion. He had me lay on the ground. You just pulled on my ears for a little bit kind of painful. You know like I mean like you said he was worked on me for fifteen seconds or something like that insane insane. There's so many things that we just don't know anything about that's right you know and and charlatans will be into that and try and sell you some some ship that back you know. It doesn't do anything right and so it's the best thing I can say is. It's hard to navigate this world. As a person it really is right to navigate the world effectively have to be cool with uncertainty right so we don't have evidence for things but okay cool and some people are going to try and play me for a sucker because of that and other people are going to have meaningful things does not evidence for how do I walk in that world. You know you just have to be super curious some kind of mix between openness and skepticism you know and and look for different and kinds of evidence because it comes in different forms last. I guess I'm curious about this too. I WANNA get your thoughts on a you talked a little bit about 'em. I'm light earlier. So what type of experimentation do you think you're doing that and then after that I know that you probably take you know sleep pretty seriously. So how do you navigate those waters like with your clients especially like a mean individuals that guests don't take it as seriously as they should yeah yeah so lights kind of a new thing for me in the way. I got into it was we was diagnosed with. This condition is part of it. I talked about the needs. The other part was skin collision getting skin lesions look on my face on my hips my legs on my gluts and just big raised rashes that would get like dry dead skin skin on them and instill have been reading about how to deal with these things in so conventional medicine just prescribes topical recall corticosteroids plus. Vitamin D analogues because Vitamin D tends to help on but wait a minute the alone fix the problem because there's like an inflammatory response you do the two but the problem is all kinds of side effects with like lifelong corticosteroid use so he wanted to be on that flight so but the vitamin. D things really interesting. I started out with making a soluble life. Vitamin D in like a carrier and I was putting on having any effect so then I was like okay cool. We'll we know like the most effective way to get a big dose of Vitamin D. That's like bioavailable is the sunlight right and it just so happened right after my diagnosis planning on spending spending a winter in Arizona as a family so it's cool because I can train with my track friends hands down there. Get somewhere warm escape the Canadian winter so within a couple of weeks allegiance were gone by from just being outside every three days as like Oh. This is really interesting case. It seems to be effective in when we moved back to Canada. I started going attending so I'm like all right. I WANNA I wanNA see if like a couple of minutes of regular tanning bed a week fixes thought like when we moved back elision star the comeback so I went and Tanny bed net fixed it so like that's cool. I know you can be like works and then you know this even this or UV light works and so then the treatment is uv be so that's when I was like okay cool. I'm GonNa go get exposed ways you can go to like clinics exposed like yourself to them and the Nazi work really well so then I just bought one from my house also it basically is a flat panel that sticks on the wall looks like unfinished. Haning bat right and then what you do you just get minimal light exposures like for me again. Different people require different exposures by just stand in front of it like with my hands up for forty seconds and I turn around and forty seconds on the back back of vitamin D anymore. My vitamin D levels are high normal range from just like those eighty seconds day and then the lesions have never been back since I've. I've been doing this daily so I mean that's really fascinating. I think you'd be is very targeted. Therapy this kind of thing it it raises what quite levels of life that's the primary effectiveness but now I've been really interested in red light therapy as agile for this because one of the things is like you'd be doesn't come without side effects you know they're like Uva. Newbie both in 'cause like you know genetic material breakages in the cell and you know that that's what eventually leads to cancer so skin cancers and things like that so for me. I'm like Hina concerned learned about that but there's a bunch of data showing red light therapy may actually counterbalance those effects so I'm like Oh. Maybe I'll expose myself to red light as well. The next thing I'm playing around with Kay cool were some of the biggest things that you've learned in the last few years from a business perspective because you've done a great job with precision nutrition. I actually mentioned these guys before. We hopped on here. I'm like John. Gherardi was kind of all over the Internet back before the Internet was cool and then he's you dislike disappeared and obviously he didn't disappear. Probably you know dove into working harder than ever but like from my perspective I didn't see as many articles and stuff from you at NC floating around the Internet more. I was like he probably went and decided look I. I need to monetize this. So how how is how is that you were able to build precision nutrition to being the biggest nutrition company that helps people with nutrition to the tune of two hundred million dollars. I believe is the last the last number I saw yeah. Yeah you know the the disappearance was a part like a personality lifestyle choice then also part like a real focus on the business..

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"charles pollock" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"Good to be true like a like a late night shoe commercial. But the cool thing about about this the world of light therapy is nearly every single claim that I mentioned on nearly every single claim that I mentioned is supported by by peer reviewed research yet. So more actually than ketogenic diet hilarious that people people will come to me about that. And are doing it. And they see these results. I think that one of the things that might be tough for you guys incorrect from our around. But when people try diet, they have a feedback with pretty instantaneous they feel way better from energy standpoint. They maybe lose a lot of weight they have these over health changes. But a lot of stuff that you talking about as far as benefits heart or really understand or have a clear feedback of oh, use this red light therapy. And I had this result. This foot by photo. Modulation led to this discreet thing in my health. Yeah, you got it. I that's that's sort of one of the hurdles that we have to cross as a company is that longer feedback loop. There is a segment of people. Fast responders or early responders that do do notice benefits almost immediately with therapy. I would see that's that's that's the minority of this definitely lower percentage. Most people have after giving an honest take. It's one of the reasons we incorporated a sixty day trial with our products from the very from the very outset is we wanted. We felt that confident in the science, but we wanted people like be able to give it an honest shot. And if they didn't like it, and they didn't experience, you know, benefits that that we that we were sort of educating them around they can just return it no questions asked for a refund. But you're exactly right. It does take a little bit longer. But it's different based on what you're using the device for something like skin health. Most of the time you're gonna need it. Probably a solid four weeks to notice significant results some of that to be fair is because we look at ourselves in the mirror everyday. So it's hard to notice those subtle changes. But on the flip side. Some elite athletes Olympic athletes that are using our devices notice benefits within the few days, if not, you know, a week or so, and they're typically, you know, really really in tune with their body, anecdotally one I Jerry we were at the we were fortunate to be involved with. Charles Pollock winner delay. Charles Pollock win. These kind of well known strength trainer lead. Straight trainer. We participated in his grand opening of his of the his new training center in Colorado Springs. This was earlier this fall recording in late two thousand eighteen here. But. He had a couple gold medalists there with him. And they noticed the benefits of the end. They were speaking it has and they they notice the benefits of of red light therapy so much they wanted to get quick session before they even spoke on stage 'cause they they noticed this. Some of this is a little bit hard to quantify, but they noticed the clarity the clarity thought the relaxation the calming of of nerves that come with phobia modulate, and so, you know, some people like that they notice things very very quickly. But you're right. The feedback loop does tend to be a little bit longer for most people in how do you? Resolve the initial skepticism of like if it were that good. And there was that much research wise, nobody doing it like you to be the only company that has really popularized stuff, I any of their companies. And maybe just suck it marketing. I've never seen them before. But what about that? As for as I think that keeps..

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"charles pollock" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Than me. People will pay for our trust and experience something to talk about scarcity and the weight feels to be part of something. That's what we build. And so what we have to figure out how to do his build it in a way that when people find out that's what we're doing. They're still okay with a love. How encyclopedic your knowledge is of case studies. It's really one of the. For me, at least one of the things that immediately. Leaps to mind say. Distinguishing characteristic of a lot of your work is pulling in and dissecting and away or at least deserving case studies. Are there any other examples that come to mind where you think this is what we've been discussing done, particularly? Well. Well, you said that of course this. Oh. You know, I think that when we think about the work of contemporary, art. It's really interesting to see that people who don't get the joke. Completely. Don't get the joke. Right. They say, oh, I could've painted that painting. Jackson Pollock painted it. How could it be worth forty five million dollars? But Jackson Pollock had a brother and his brother's. Name was Charles and Charles Pollock was a painter not an artist. Charles Pollock painted, exactly. Like, his teacher Thomas Hart Benton, but we did need another painter to paint like Thomas Hart Benton because we already had one. So the act number one that Jackson Pollock painted something. No one else's painting that many people hated number two that he had gallery representation in New York City that enabled the gallery owner to say for the kind of collector that wants to. Earn the status with a certain set. Appears that comes from owning a painting that no one else owns this is the kind of artists that you might like that's how you get your start. And then the next step in the path. Is there curator's who understand that their career will be advanced if they're one of the early ones to hang this on the wall of their museum? There are other curator's who understand that their career will be advanced if they're one of the middle or late ones who hang it up. And so this virtuous cycle is created and you go from you could've bought the painting for thousand dollars to now it's worth forty five million. And it is worth forty five million. Not because you can't see it for free. Of course, you can't Google. It's that the act of owning it earns you a certain kind of status in your own head and with a certain circle of people that's worth something. But right down the street. There's a guy. Who collects guitars he doesn't wanna Jackson Pollack. He wants a signed. Eric Clapton guitar and different people are making these decisions based on where they think it puts them in the pecking order of who it's I and who has better taste and who's an insider and who's an outsider, and because we live in such a privileged world. That's what people are spending all their time paying attention to. I'm so glad that you brought up Jackson Pollock. I've bunch of history with Jackson Pollock that unite talk about you down the street. I did I didn't did. And in fact, there's a grocery store before Jackson Pollock became Jackson, Pollock and all caps. There's grocery store where he used to trait. His paintings for bread Knicks. And so on. Before he's in some respects, I suppose crack the code, and I recently found a book in their portions of it. That are good. I think a lot of it is about what you would expect which is a lot of hyperbole and high-concept confusion, but one hundred secrets of the art world, I've become fascinated by the weirdness. But also on some levels, the impeccable logic of how the art world works. There's a lot of weirdness. They're certainly aspects. I don't yet understand. But I found this at a really cool festival that people may be interested in called the goes. I think it's music festival. The trans Paco's P C O S in Marfa, Texas, which the story of Marfa Texas in self is kind of crazy marketing story in some respects people can check it out. It's in the middle of nowhere and found book, and here's a quote from Jeff Koons who's also from my native, New York artist and skull. Ter- and this latest little lead us back to marketing as many things do here's the quote to one of my favorites. So the quote, the journey of art starts with self acceptance..

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"charles pollock" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Now, those also be the type of things. You know, this is one that's very popular. It's that the gentleman Canda makes all the oils. Do you know who I'm talking about? I'm blanking on his name. I you talking about the omega guy? Yeah. While he does Omegas. Udo Udo. Yes, my old friend, dude, what he does. I think it's probably a very good blend of oil because he's got the unrefined raw unheated sunflower oil, which is a source if it's not if it's on heeded and raw of good omega sixes. Okay. Good to know. So a lot of these oil, the property antioxidants, of course, because they can go rancid. So that's where the vitamin and the roads Mary with the antioxidant. Yeah, and he does very good job of doing this. You could eat like a whole foods plant rich diet. That's going to give you the antioxidants and supplement that with pine needs nuts and hem seeds and flax powder. But you could also if you wanna kinda take an even deeper dive use supplements that that are some essential oils package with antioxidants. Absolutely. So you. So you've got a wide variety of things that you can do and don't forget that pine nut oil. Yeah, it's a big. It's funny because I mean, there's people in the industry and this is going to be controversial for me to say, but you know, one of the pioneers of the industry who endorsed thirty forty grams of fish oil a day, Charles Pollock win, just Pat Howard attack and he rest in peace. Yeah, huge wealth of knowledge. The strength sensei an in. I always wondered whether that amount of fish oil was natural or good for the human body, but you know this idea of balancing out with seeds and nuts and some of these these stages makes good, dietary sense. Does it does a lot of what you're saying is the way we would experience life in nature? Yes, having unopposed amounts of these things around than like sitting down to a meal without eating better digestives for example. Agreed. Okay. So another thing about parents central oils. I thought it was really interesting and I wanted to ask you so I don't know if you know anything about it, but you mentioned how gamma linoleic acid actually promotes. The formation of Brown fat tissue, which I wasn't aware of today. It's I've been taking cold showers and cold baths for years. I n. Can you tell me GLA why? No. And this has been known for ages. I mean, it was taught me, but my friend, David horibin that was the scientist who was out of Montreal that wrote about evening primrose oil back in the day. This would be the seventies and eighties, and we all knew when they talked about Brown fat, you know, being the new obesity cure for heaven sakes that the one thing that triggered that was not just cold, but was also was a supplement like evening primrose oil. So GLA is a real promoter in activator of Brown fat, which is, you know, very dormant and overweight individuals. So bring on the jail, and that's the reason why people lose weight without changing their calories or even lifting a finger to exercise. That's interesting. I had studied up in her the same things. I actually take this sometimes before like a cold water immersion or going onto the cold bath is bitter melon extract, but I hadn't heard of GLA. It's Hughes..

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"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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"charles pollock" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"He had a vegan Dr. A functional medicine doctor who's vegan and a functional medicine guy cressner who I think is the Chris Kassir. Yeah, he's the Kita. And I have to say, after all the talk, I have fallen on the side more of the vegan. But in other words, I'm still gonna eat meat, but I don't feel so good when I fatty foods and fatty saturated fats and I've thought about it and I was like, you know, overall, I believe that you live probably longer when you. They, they argued back and forth. Classic example of two people citing all kinds of studies. And I thought it was. Yeah, you're gonna go vegan, no big life change. Now I'll eat a lot of vegetables now. He, hey, hey, mostly they, you know, shit. I'm not gonna eat a lot of meat though, and yeah, no know here's what I was thinking, Charles Polokwane who are Chris bell? Remember Chris bell. When he said, I said, what's your cholesterol? And he goes like three twenty because he only eats meat and I went, that's pretty high really high. And he goes now not according to Charles Pollock when I'm not listening to doctors, Charles pelicans, fame strength goes, I want I want you to hear this. Now he's a famous strength coach, hold on strength coach, not just doctor that he's he's coach more. He's good coach more gold medalists. You're gonna love. This does not matter. You're gonna love this. He's coast more gold medalists than anybody else, and he is. So let's keep going. And he has looked at all the PubMed man, and he's, he believes in just basically east meat and nuts and all that. He died at fifty seven, three days ago. How did he die through. Died three days ago, and I believe of a heart attack. And I was like, well, you know, I mean, and I tried to eat the way he was talking about it and I felt like complete shit. So these different I did. I felt sluggish. I'm not saying saturated fats a killer, but I'm saying that over women, if you if you mean Jay, we're talking about this more Seattle. If you show me a video of what they do those animals before every meal vegan. I know what you mean, but I kinda can block it out and go through it. I know what you're saying. I think about that too, but divided vegan vegan. I feel I feel a little weak is the only thing when I do. I need a little meat. I like I like fish and she ever done like real the do you could be a snafu catoon. Yeah, as an athlete, I don't think you could do vegan for you j.. She'll did. Yes, he did on the best what the weights in the world? Yes, he did. Could you when you were training? I don't know. I never done it long, but didn't you crave me? I mean, I crave sugar. It doesn't. I mean, you know what I'm saying? Like, yeah, I don't know because everyone has the embodies used every. If you if you got rid of coffee, I'd have withdrawals. If you got word of sugar, I have withdrawals, pure bred of withdraws. We don't know because we've been so conditioned to the lifestyles and the food that we're eating. Yep, it's it's a little strange. I'd have to say that rage food is session emotional, strange, things, boots, the biggest kind of like, I don't have a drug problem on have a drink in problem, like Rogan was asked me, do silver, October. You don't really have nothing. I got nothing really..

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"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Hour traffic center wally kennedy locally a lengthy prison sentence for a bucks county man who shot a sisters fraud with a pellet gun then convince family members to go along with his life to try to cover it up suburban bureau chief jim no word has the story twenty eight year old james stanley was sentenced to five to ten years in state prison for shooting a sixteen year old girl in the chest with an air rifle she sat on a couch and his bristol borough home hell it penetrated not just her shirt but a sweatshirt above it and actually entered the pericardium of her the lining of her heart that pella remains in her test and prosecutor time gannon says no letter to the judge the girl says she'll be a heart patient for the rest of her life every cold when she has any kind of pain or motion around her chest affects her because she never knows what's going to happen judge diane gibbons told stanley she was prepared to follow recommendations to sentence him to county prison but she says since stanley never showed remorse she decided to send him to state prison at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio millions of people in philadelphia and the surrounding area experience unhealthy air more often than in most parts of the country according to a new study was mike dougherty has more there's trouble in the air according to kelly flanagan with pen environment in two thousand sixteen here in philadelphia one hundred and eleven days the air quality was below the acceptable standard the study found philadelphia is eighth among the ten worst metropolitan areas for air quality flanagan fears it could get worse if proposed legislation loosens the current epa emission standards experts say residents in these areas are at greater risk for asthma and other respiratory ailments state rep chris rab is working on a bill to make pennsylvania one hundred percent reliant on renewable energy by twenty fifty this has to happen then the question is do we have the political will to make it happen sooner as opposed to later mike giardi kyw newsradio thomas jefferson plans to become the first university in the country to offer a graduate program in marijuana city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports the courses start this fall there are two certificate programs with a third on the way and the opportunity for a master's degree the first of its kind jefferson is sort of carved out a pioneer space and the legal cannabis world from scientific and medical perspective dr charles pollock is head of the lambert center also the first of its kind to support marijuana education and research he says because of the federal government recognizes no legal use of marijuana there's not the guidance normally provided by the fda there's not a standardization of what's recommended for patients and we feel that way to offer interested professionals more information on which to base decisions that could impact on icho care is nothing but a good thing ever seen is currently enrolling students for cannabis medicine and cannabinoid pharmacology most of the classes are online pat loeb kyw newsradio now look the eyewitness weather five day forecast partly cloudy overnight the low sixty six degrees your friday is.

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"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The first university in the country to offer a graduate program and marijuana city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports courses doubt on the fall there are two certificate programs with a third on the way and the opportunity for a master's degree the first of its kind jefferson is sort of carved at near space in the legal canada's world from scientific and medical perspective dr charles pollock is head of the lambert center also the first of its kind to support marijuana education and research he says because of the federal government recognizes no legal use of marijuana there's not the guidance normally provided by the fda standardization of what's recommended for patients and we feel that way to offer interested professionals more information on which to base decisions that could impact clinical care is nothing but a good thing ever seen is currently enrolling students for cannabis medicine and cannabinoid pharmacology most of the classes are online pat loeb kyw newsradio president trump at first lady melania trump are tending a black tie gala with british prime minister theresa may and her husband philip the president is in britain for a second stop his european tour on friday the president's visit is expected to prompt mass protests in the uk with the largest expected in london trump and uk prime minister theresa may will hold friday meetings outside of the capitol at the prime minister's country retreat after a weekend stop startling where the president owns to golf properties monday brings the highly anticipated summit with russian president vladimir putin in helsinki in washington i'm karen kfi.

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"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The first university in the country to offer a graduate program in marijuana city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports courses start this fall there are two certificate programs with a third on the way and the opportunity for a master's degree the first of its kind jefferson is sort of carved out a pioneer space and the legal cannabis world from scientific and medical perspectives dr charles pollock is head of the lambert center also the first of its kind to support marijuana education and research he says because of the federal government recognizes no legal use of marijuana there's not the guidance normally provided by the fda standardization of what's recommended for patients and we feel that way to offer interested professionals more information on which to base decisions that could impact on care is nothing but a good thing ever seen is currently enrolling students for cannabis medicine and cannabinoid pharmacology most of the classes are online pat loeb kyw newsradio seventy six and mostly cloudy going down to sixty six news time nine forty the federal government is reopening the investigation indoor sixty two year old murder case there helped inspire the civil rights movement the department of justice sites new information in the nineteen fiftyfive slaying of emmett till the black teenager killed in western mississippi the case was closed in two thousand seven with authorities saying the suspects were dead in a state grand jury didn't file any new charges but the emmett till unsolved civil rights crimes act requires a federal report be sent to congress annually and one issued earlier this year does not indicate what the new info might be it comes following the publication of the blood of emmett till a book that says a key figure in the case acknowledged lying about events preceding the slaying of the fourteen year old from chicago.

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"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The first university in the country to offer graduate program in marijuana city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports courses start this fall there are two certificate programs with a third on the way and the opportunity for a master's degree the first kind jefferson is sort of carved out upon your space and the legal cannabis world from scientific and medical perspective dr charles pollock is head of the lambert center also the first of its kind to support marijuana education and research he says because of the federal government recognizes no legal use of marijuana there's not the guidance normally provided by the fda standardization of what's recommended for patients and we feel that way to offer interested professionals more information on which to base decisions that could impact on care is nothing but a good jefferson is currently enrolling students for cannabis medicine and cannabinoid pharmacology most of the classes are online pat loeb kyw newsradio seventyseven and mostly cloudy news time eight forty that federal government is reopening the investigation into a sixty two year old murder case that helped inspire the civil rights movement the department of justice sites new information in the nineteen fiftyfive flying of emmett till the black teenager killed in western mississippi the case was closed in two thousand seven with authorities saying the suspects were dead and it's grand jury didn't file any new charges but the emmett till unsolved civil rights crimes act requires a federal report be sent to congress annually in one issued earlier this year does not indicate what the new apple might be it comes following the publication of the blood of emmett till a book that says a key figure in the case knowledged lying about events preceding the slaying of the fourteen year old from chicago joe ramsey washington president trump first lady melania trump attended a gala black tie dinner with british prime minister theresa may and her husband philip the president is in britain for a second stop on his european tour on friday the president's visit is expected to prompt mass protests in the uk with the largest expected in london trump and uk prime minister theresa may will hold friday meetings outside of the capitol at the prime minister's country retreat after a weekend stop in scotland where the.

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"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The lead investigator into hillary clinton's private e mail server and the investigation it's russian election meddling on capitol hill today here strucks appearance before the house judiciary oversight committee his first public testimony at the center of alleged bias within the fbi in justice department comes after antitrump text messages became public they were exchanged with former fbi lawyer at lisa page a woman with whom he had an affair in his opening statement struck told lawmakers has work has never been affected by politics and he also said he had information to derail the trump campaign 2016 but never considered releasing it on capitol hill cbs news washington correspondent covering the very first question struck said that he couldn't as a representative gattis question because you've been advised knock to buy fbi attorneys and that just set the hearing off and it devolved into this very contentious debate over whether or not the chairman of the committee could then hold him in contempt and of course that's for democrats to suggest that perhaps also steve bannon who refused to answer questions and refuse a subpoena whether he too should be held in contempt there was even as a in that the whole hearing should just be called off and they should come back at a later time said the controversial text he wrote while the presidential campaign was underway was written in response to what struck believe was then candidate trumps insult of the confab who lost a family in the walk war a lengthy prison sentence for a bucks county man who shot his sister's friend with a pellet gun and then convinced family members to go along with this line to try to cover it up here's suburban bureau chief generic twenty eight year old james stanley was sentenced to five to ten years in state prison for shooting a sixteen year old girl in the chest with an air rifle she sat on a couch and his bristol borough home hell it penetrated not just her shirt but a sweatshirt above it and actually entered the pericardium of her the lining of her heart that pellet remains in her test and prosecutor time gannon says no letter to the judge the girl says she'll be a heart patient for the rest of her life every cold when she has any kind of pain or motion around her chest affects her because she never knows what's gonna happen judge diane gibbons told stanley she was prepared to follow recommendations to sentence him to county prison but she says stanley never showed remorse she decided to send him to state prison at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio thomas jefferson plans to become the first university in the country to offer graduate program in marijuana can't would it be sitting help you wrote chief pat loeb reports forces start the spot there are two certificate programs with a third on the way and the opportunity for a master's degree the first of its kind jefferson is sort of carved out a pioneer space and the legal cannabis world from scientific and medical perspectives dr charles pollock is head of the lambert center also the first of its kind to support marijuana education and research he says because of the federal government recognizes no legal use of marijuana there's not the guidance normally provided by the fda there's not a standardization of what's recommended for patients and we feel that way to offer interested professionals more information on which to base decisions that could impact cynical care is nothing but a good jefferson is currently enrolling students for cannabis medicine and cannabinoid pharmacology most of.

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"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The fbi agent who served as a lead investigator and to hillary clinton's private e mail server and the investigation into the russian election meddling is on capitol hill today truck's appearance before the house judiciary and oversight committee is his first public testimony frocks at the center of an alleged bias within the fbi and justice department of comes after antitrump text messages became public they were exchanged with former fbi lawyer lisa page a woman with whom he had an affair in his opening statement struck told lawmakers his work has never been affected by politics he also said he had information to joel the trump campaign twenty sixteen but never considered releasing it on capitol hill today cbs news washington correspondent paula arena the very first question struck said that he couldn't answer representative gowdy question because he had been advised not to buy at the attorneys and that just set the hearing off and it devolved into this very contentious debate over whether or not the chairman of the committee could then hold him in contempt and of course that's for democrats to suggest that perhaps also steve bannon who refused to answer questions and refused a subpoena whether he too should be held in contempt there was even as a gesture that the whole hearing should just be called off and they should come back at a later time struck defended the controversial texts that he said disparaging the president while the campaign was underway struck said he wrote it in response to what he believed was then candidate trumps insult of the confidently who lost her son you're walk war a lengthy prison sentence for a bucks county man who shot his sister's friend with a pellet gun and then try to convince family members to go along with this lie try to cover it up here's kyw suburban bureau chief jim our twenty eight year old james stanley was sentenced to five to ten years in state prison for shooting sixteen year old girl in the chest with an air rifle she sat on a couch in his bristol borough home the hell it penetrated not just her shirt but a sweatshirt above it and actually entered the pericardium of her the lining of her heart that pellet remains in her tests prosecutor tom gannon says no letter to the judge the girl says she'll be a heart patient for the rest of her life every cold when she has any kind of pain or motion around her chest affects her because she never knows what's going to happen judge diane gibbons told stanley she was prepared to follow recommendations to sentence him to county prison but she says since stanley never showed remorse she decided to send him to state prison at the suburban bureau jim melwork kyw newsradio miss jefferson plans to become the first university in the country to offer graduate program in marijuana hope you wrote chief pat loeb reports forces start this fall there are two certificate programs with a third on the way and the opportunity for a master's degree the first of its kind jefferson are sort of carved out a space and the legal cannabis world from scientific and medical perspective dr charles pollock is head of the lambert center also the first of its kind to support marijuana education and research he says because of the federal government recognizes no legal use of marijuana there's not the guidance normally provided by the fda there's not a standardization of what's recommended for patients and we see all that way to offer interested professionals more information on which to base decisions that could impact clinical care is nothing but a good jefferson is currently enrolling students for cannabis medicine and cannabinoid pharmacology most of the classes are online pat loeb kyw newsradio going to be used for.

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"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Chest affects her because she never knows what's going to happen judge diane gibbons told stanley she was prepared to follow recommendations to sentence him to county prison but she says since stanley never showed remorse she decided to send him to state prison at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio news time to thirtyfive thomas jefferson plans to become the first university in the nation to offer a graduate program in marijuana w city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports courses began this fall there are two certificate programs with a third on the way and the opportunity for a master's degree the first of its kind jefferson sort of carved out a pioneer space and the legal cannabis world from scientific and medical perspectives dr charles pollock is head of the lambert center also the first of its kind to support marijuana education and research he says because of the federal government recognizes no legal use of marijuana there's not the guidance normally provided by the fda standardization of what's recommended for patients and we feel that way to offer interested professionals more information on which to base decisions that could impact on care is nothing but a good thing ever since currently enrolling students for cannabis medicine and cannabinoid pharmacology most of the classes are online pat loeb kyw newsradio bryson services cooling incoming sponsors the cbs witness weather five day forecast it's a pretty classic summertime forecast the rest of the afternoon temperatures into the mid eighties and you'll see some sun couple of clouds and a stray shower thunderstorm though you'll be most prone to that in the southeast half of the area later tonight dropping data sixty eight degrees as sky start clear back out high pressure the reason for that so we're back to sign all day tomorrow it's more seasonably hot eighty nine degrees and saturday to looking hot and sunny throughout the daylight hours up to ninety but later that night and into sunday again there could be a stray shower thunderstorm the high it's ninety one on sunday come monday a similar idea here once more than maybe a few showers or some thunderstorms that rumble through but it wouldn't be a washout of a day you should see some sun as well and a high of ninety three degrees it does get pretty toasty with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger on kyw newsradio six and partly cloudy going down to sixty eight degrees wbz news time to thirtyseven take charge of your health.

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"charles pollock" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Can possibly why that is and i think there's some good routes could incident interesting things going on with that as why he gets longer but i clearly got stronger i clearly got better power output on the roma she and my recovery better so those were the things that were really fascinating to me then when you go back and you look at historical accounts of people like the mongolians the you know the even the even the inuit you know the you know the the beefeaters out of england you know they were giving extra cash to be they knew it made them more powerful fighters in it's just it's just a strength food you know guys like you know i had charles pollock and call me other day of charles pollock lindstrom read a lot of his articles but he called me up and he said hey dude i love what you doing and let me tell you what i was eating five or six pounds of beef a day best ever felt the strongest i've ever minimal life and he he's like you know take off that was that charleston eight calling me up 'cause chris chris because chris bell he was here in talked about this step but he called me up and said yeah man that there's something to then so that was interesting and i think there's there clearly is not isolated me now because since i've been doing this and have been very vocal proponent about lots and lots of people munis right now we've got some really high level athletes that are starting this now with very good results which i think there's a guy name owen franks who is a member of the new zealand all blacks he's professional rugby player one of the top guys in the world started carnivore diet december after heard me on rogan and he said i'm getting stronger getting heavier and leaner seriously and he's any they just got done weapon on francis ass i mean you know he rugby is a you know you you know know it's like a lot of running stop start you know like lit acactivists a lot of strike stuff so he's doing that we had him on we've got our own little podcast not not knows the biggest one but i had on them our podcast talking about this stuff and he's doing doing well with that got a lot of wrestlers there's some guys that are that are doing interesting i don't know if there's any like wwe stuff but you know there's different levels i'm sure i know that there's some guys from different levels wrestling showing me hey i'm on a car were diet performed better i'm getting leaner their body cops getting better baseball players emma may guys all endurance athletes let's take a quick polish but a college and get big ups to truecar here's some usual car temps you might not.

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"charles pollock" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"And then from there my dad ended up buying us that that weight set but yeah looks like some of the stuff we ever your fucking parenting i had starting off i don't know where this came for we had a weight it was like one of cheap sears ones like twenty some pounds and get on my dad's friend named steve hall was when it got me into lifting initially and he was crazy every said you can't lift the weight overhead he's like whatever rule you do you can't lift the weight overhead so mike fivers old thing okay soon someone's looking go there everyday and lifted overhead must be like some kind of magical key to something so i'd go down there that's great get that barbell and lifted overhead and curls and what is that guy have against olympic thing yeah exactly whatever you don't to are you big into any supplements or vitamins or anything like that i wouldn't say big into it now you're you never seen any real benefit from i have i don't think it's like like the game chain necessarily like some people do so when you're taking care of all loose ends obviously right yeah i've always thought that supplements can help keep you on a regimen there you know you have your protein shake at this time a day and you have your vitamins at this time of day and if it's helping with anything it's at least helping with that yeah i mean i've noticed some benefits sustained vitamin d fish oil things like that but not like i don't think it's like you're selling game changer i don't think it's gonna if you're totally eighteen hundred something gateway two thousand right is there anything you do in particular for like inflammation recovery like these suggest you know hot cold like you do anything like that i think the biggest thing i've noticed personally for inflammation is cutting back on carbs that's been huge like remember charles pollock when it said that.

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"charles pollock" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"I guess the only thing i would mention and this is again i mentioned co or the founder of quest ron pen we were talking about this the other day and as a matter of fact have a bet going with my twin boys right now about who can get into the full splits i he was talking a lot about p n f stretching proprio sept of neuromuscular facilitation contract relax contract relax and every time you relax you drop more deeply into a stretch and apparently that really helps to prime the nervous system that's another one that for example charles pollock is very into this this idea of p n f stretching and you can just do a search for pf stretching shoulders pf stretching quads pf stretching gluts right any thing that you would want to stretch it's very similar to another former stretching called resistance stretching which is based on a book written by bob cooley that'll link to in the show notes that i keep on top of my sauna when i go in my my infrared sauna i do bob cousy resistance stretching lot where you'll for example grab your hamstring resist it with your hands get into deepest stretches you can and move through a range of motion rather than statically stretching that hold so that's called resistance stretching it's a really great book written by bob cooley anyways obviously you could spend hours and hours just warming up but the idea that i like that i personally do from through my own flavor on this is i warm up in the morning then i just don't let my warm up side the rest of the day i just stay warmed up it's a great way to start the day as far as the cool down goes we mentioned activating the para sympathetic nervous system with specific breath work patterns another person that i would mention is paul check he calls this working in working in instead of working out i describes breathing is something that the that acts like the positive pole of magnet and water is something that acts like the negative pole of magnet and the way that he describes it is that your heart after get oxygen from your lungs acts like a generator produces this electromagnetic field and sends out you know.

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"charles pollock" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"charles pollock" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Yeah the inflammation free diet plan she has a pretty good book and some of the foods that you would expect to be anti inflammatory are in fact inflammatory in that book i found it quite interesting i i i'm trying to remember there was one that really surprised me i don't remember if it was like it may have been kale or bok choy something like that somebody would expect me antiinflammatory was inflammatory so that's an interesting book by monica reina gle willing to that one in the show notes the anti inflammatory diet plan their other anti inflammatory diet out there but that one is a good one written by someone who we know who we trust so that would of course be helpful as far as supple tation is concerned a high dose omega three fatty acid supplementation from a good rancid free fish oil source i like super essentials fish oil green pastures does fermented cod liver oil bar leans doesn't omega swirl when you look at folks like charles pollock for example who's a really good strength coach and kind of on the cutting edge of a lot of the nutrition and strength research he recommends in some cases forty grams official high dose fish oil and i ordered recently from my friends over at the place that makes central's fish oil which actually also have available kion i ordered six bottles because i'm going to gradually rant myself up to forty grams a day of fish oil because i wanna see what happens and what it feels like all report back on that it's kind of like my forty grams of collagen dare that i took from my friend marxists and i started taking forty grams of collagen in my skin hair and my nails will sort of to get out of control i got like hooves now weird of my nails about every ten days.

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