At T&T Express, he coached three U.S. Olympians: Erin Blanchard and Chris Estrada in 2008, and Savannah Vinsant, who in 2012 became the first U.S. trampoline gymnast to advance to the Olympic finals. Estrada was the first U.S. men's trampolinist to qualify to the Olympics.
Poliaroush served on the FIG's Athlete Council from 2005-12, where he served as a vice president. During his 19-year international athletic career, he is a two-time Olympian, six-time World champion, seven-time European champion and 20-time World Cup winner. He has attended every Olympic Games since 2000, either as an athlete, coach or FIG representative. In 2001, he became a Brevet judge. Poliaroush, who was born in Berenzniki, Russia, developed and became president and head coach at the Olympic Trampoline Academy, a non-profit organization that assists athletes with funding to achieve their dreams.