Special Edition: Aerobic Exercise May Be Destroying Your Body – Charles Poliquin #537

This episode is a special edition of Bulletproof Radio because a good friend and mentor, Charles Poliquin, a man who has helped elite professional athletes and Olympians win hundreds of medals, passed away unexpectedly.

This episode is a special edition of Bulletproof Radio because a good friend and mentor, Charles Poliquin, a man who has helped elite professional athletes and Olympians win hundreds of medals, passed away unexpectedly.

Charles was a knowledgeable biohacker, possesed a wealth of knowledge, and was always eager and willing to share it. We lost an amazing biohacker when he passed, but I am grateful to be able to share his amazing wisdom one more time in this episode.

During this episode, we discuss how too much aerobic exercise may be destroying your body, but weightlifting can save it!

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