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Coach Robb
Coach Robb is a human performance expert that helps amatuer and pro-level riders perform their best, focusing on diet, fitness, and mental conditioning.



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What is holding you back from reaching your full potential?

Posted by Coach Robb , September 07, 2016 - - - - - - · 2,682 views

What is holding you back from reaching your full potential? When speaking with my clients, we frequently discuss training protocols (duration, intensity levels, frequency, workout purpose, etc.) however, nutrition is a big area of confusion for most riders. With this in mind, I wanted to discuss the importance of post workout/recovery nutrition. Simply put it is THE key component of improving your fitness and spe...


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15 Simple Foods to Fuel Your Workouts and Races

Posted by Coach Robb , August 24, 2016 - * * * * * · 4,020 views

15 Simple Foods to Fuel Your Workouts and Races When it comes to getting faster and having better endurance, nothing creates more confusion than what to eat and when. I receive close to three hundred emails a day, and I would say that 25% of them pertain to nutrition and hydration. With the internet being the go to source for most everyone, the conflicting claims about carbs, protein and fat have l...


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Dangers of Ice Baths and Anti-Inflammatory Medicine

Posted by Coach Robb , July 18, 2016 - - - - - - · 4,337 views

Dangers of Ice Baths and Anti-Inflammatory Medicine Based on research – we need to rethink Ice Baths & Anti-Inflammatory Medicine
Each year, thanks to improvements in technology & extensive research, exercise physiologists are discovering more about how the body responds to the numerous variables that contribute to performance. This includes, but is not limited to: energy systems, muscular strengt...


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4 Reasons Why Training Might Be Making You Feel Nauseated

Posted by Coach Robb , June 29, 2016 - - - - - - · 4,397 views

4 Reasons Why Training Might Be Making You Feel Nauseated Nutrition and how the human body absorbs and responds is unique from individual to individual, influenced by outside variables (i.e. heat, humidity and intensity) and has to be validated by trial and error. Let’s review some basic elements that may cause nausea and some suggestions on how to reduce or eliminate associated symptoms. Cause #1: Pre Race...


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How Setbacks Can Elevate Your Performance

Posted by Coach Robb , June 02, 2016 - - - - - - · 2,909 views

How Setbacks Can Elevate Your Performance Extended recovery can be the key to peak performance later in the season. I want to recap an insightful article written by a retired professional triathlete who had reached the pinnacle of his professional career and is providing validation to many scientific studies about the value of rest and recovery. There is no better way to learn something than from...


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RIDING BETTER STARTS AT THE GROCERY STORE?

Posted by Coach Robb , April 27, 2016 - - - - - - · 3,376 views

RIDING BETTER STARTS AT THE GROCERY STORE? 10 SHOPPING RULES FOR OPTIMUM HEALTH & PERFORMANCE
Yes, believe it or not, there are some “rules” to follow EVERY time you go shopping, these will keep you from purchasing items that will keep you from making wise food choices and ultimately undermining you’re eating & drinking habits. Keep in mind that you eat for only one purpose: to fuel your...


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Why You May Not Be Building Enough New Muscle After Working Out.

Posted by Coach Robb , April 18, 2016 - - - - - - · 1,223 views

Why You May Not Be Building Enough New Muscle After Working Out. Researchers in Canada found that individuals who worked out and then ate 6 ounces of cooked ground beef (2x the recommended amount of protein in a meal), maximized their muscle growth verses those who only consumed 2 to 4 ounces. Those who consumed 2-4 ounces may not have consumed enough protein to preserve lean muscle (much less grow new muscle).

To en...


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Reduce Your Body Fat to Improve your Speed & Endurance (Part 1)

Posted by Coach Robb , March 30, 2016 - * * * * * · 6,845 views

Reduce Your Body Fat to Improve your Speed & Endurance (Part 1) It isn’t a secret that there is an optimum strength to weight ratio when it comes to going fast on a motorcycle; however, getting to your ideal weight (percentage of lean muscle & body fat) where you have both strength & endurance is the key to your success. Most riders & racers, when they attempt to lose body fat, end up tearing down muscle...


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4 Easy Ways To Improve Your Speed, Strength and Endurance in 8 Weeks!

Posted by Coach Robb , March 07, 2016 - * * * * * · 4,698 views

4 Easy Ways To Improve Your Speed, Strength and Endurance in 8 Weeks! In attempt to make up for lost time associated with winter, athletes & riders have a tendency to get a little over zealous during early season workouts which frequently produces injuries, sickness and performance frustrations. Implementing these 4 components will maximize your speed, strength and endurance in 8 weeks or less! Identify and Elimina...


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What happens to the brain when a concussion happens?

Posted by Coach Robb , January 30, 2016 - * * * * * · 1,979 views

What happens to the brain when a concussion happens? What happens to the brain when a concussion happens?
Inside your skull you have cerebrospinal fluid and of course your brain. A violent impact causes your brain to vibrate and sometimes even bump against the skull bone. If the force is too much, you end up with a concussion. Ironically, the trauma that occurs when the brain hits the skull, there is often...






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About Robb

Coach Robb has been working with riders & racers since 1987 and is the founder of the Complete Racing Solutions Performance Program, the Mental Blueprint of Success, MotoE Amateur Development Program, MotoE Educational Series & Nutritionally Green Supplements based out Orlando Florida.

 

http://completeracingsolutions.com/

 
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