It was my honor to know @strengthsensei1 He asked me what it’s called teacher in Japanese and I told him it’s called Sensei... Rest in peace ストレングスコーチの第一人者チャールズポリクインが亡くなった。チャールズとはミロスの紹介で、メイン州の彼のジムに行って腕トレーニング本のモデルを務めてからたまにテキストでやり取りしていた。ある日teacher は日本語でなんと言うのかと聞かれて「せんせい」だと答えたらそれをニックネームに使ってたな。合掌。
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When we loose a sibling or adored family member we are all absolutely devastated. But loosing someone who far exceeds that as he truly represents that one of the kind “the most important person” in your (my) life who is always there for you, who always calls and check on you to be sure you are OK or need anything...One who inspires you, motivates you encourages you and supports you in everything...Helps you when you need help...and someone who shares his endless views/opinions/insights and unimaginable wealth of knowledge so you can improve in every possible way....One who sincerely cared and loved you so potently yet effortlessly...when he is gone - it feels like a whole world just stopped. Less then a month ago I was staying in his house, having wonderful moments (with another close friend he introduced me to @jc_simo) and I now know that was our “goodbye”. I am crushed with pain and tears cannot stop falling. I can only imagine what his daughter Krystal, brothers Daniel, Louis and Micheal and sisters Isabela and Stephanie that absolutely meant a world to him and adored them all beyond measure feel right now...and what kind of pain they are coping with 😞. My sincerest condolences to all his family and friends. 🙏❤️ One of my closest friends Charles R. Poliquin, the most brilliant man I knew and by far the most influential man in whole sports industry - has died at the age of 57. May God take his soul and put it where it belongs - for eternity. Rest in Heavens Charles 🙏 - you’ll always, ALWAYS live in me ❤️.