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Charles P Lambert, Speaker at Weight Management Conferences
Charles P Lambert
Lambert Relentless R&D, LLC, United States


Charles Paul Lambert, Ph.D. was born in Toledo, Ohio May 26, 1965. He was brought up in a suburb of Toledo, Sylvania, Ohio where he wrestled, played football, and some baseball in junior high school and high school at Sylvania Southview. Noteworthy of wrestling career was that he achieved 50 takedowns his Senior year and was awarded the Takedown Trophy. Also, in 1981 under the auspices of the AAU he was Second in the State Greco-Roman Tournament where he lost in the finals to Joe Ghezzi 0-6, being underarm spun with a go behind 6 times. Dr. Lambert was 19-6 his Senior year for Sylvania Southview High School, a three year varsity letter winner, and Co-Captain his Senior year. With regard to football, he started at Varsity offensive guard (145 lbs) as a Sophomore, Junior, and Senior and started at inside linebacker his Senior year and was the runner-up or leading tackler his Senior season. He was also Co-Captain of the Football team his Senior year.

Upon graduation from Sylvania Southview High-School in 1983, Dr. Lambert entered the University of Toledo and graduated with a 3.55 GPA in Human Performance (now Exercise Science) in 1988. This GPA and research experience and publications with Michael G. Flynn, PhD helped him get a “free ride” to Graduate School at the Human Performance Lab at Ball State University. Dr. Lambert excelled in this fertile academic setting and it was the most rewarding two years of his life achieving a 3.93 GPA (including a year of Biochemistry in the Chemistry Dept.) and learning a great deal about applied physiology research including rehydration after dehydration under Dr. David L. Costill. After graduation in 1990, Dr. Lambert worked in Dr. Ron Maughan’s lab at the University of Aberdeen Medical School, Aberdeen, Scotland for one year. This also was a great experience for Dr. Lambert studying mechanisms of fluid replacement and metabolism during high-intensity exercise. Dr. Lambert then worked with John O. Holloszy, M.D. for one year at the Washington University Medical School. Dr. Lambert completed his PhD at the University of Toledo in 1997 again under the auspices of Dr. Michael G. Flynn. His area of research for his dissertation was Exercise and Immunology. His doctoral GPA was 3.88.

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