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#13 Building the Perfect Endurance Program


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Do you struggle with building a nutrition and training program that doesn’t leave you exhausted and flat on race day?

During Podcast #13, Coach Robb walks you through the four stages necessary for optimum strength, speed and endurance specific to anything endurance (triathlon, running, mountain biking, road cycling, adventure racing, long distance open water swimming, hiking and climbing, off road motorcycle racing (2 plus hours like BAJA & GNCC).

Before listening to this podcast, make sure you have a pen and paper to take some notes.  Coach Robb outlines the three main components associated with performance then walks you through four stages associated with building the perfect endurance program: Creating an Athlete Performance Profile, Creating an Athlete’s Foundation for Performance, Performance Evaluation and Performance Development.  After listening to this podcast, you will have the ultimate template for optimized endurance specific performance.

And as the people’s podcast, Coach Robb answers listeners questions about the benefits of massage, how to control intensity for weight loss and cycling, how to recover from a snowboarding session, benefits of energy gels and blocks during a half marathon and when to review biofeedback indicators.

#12 – Stop Being Fat – Get Lean and Faster….If you want!


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If you have been a listener to Coach Robb for any length of time, you know his strong opinion about the importance of heart rate monitors.  During this podcast, Coach Robb outlines how you can utilize your heart rate monitor to build muscle, burn fat and improve your performance results all at the same time!  Please note, during this podcast, Coach Robb provided some helpful illustrations that you will want to write down and keep as a simple, yet powerful resource to understanding how your body utilizes stored fat, sugar and protein to fuel your exercise efforts.

After listening to this podcast, you will have a clear understanding why changing up your intensity levels, durations and frequency will keep you from falling into weight loss stagnation or performance plateaus.  And as always, Coach Robb answered listeners questions about Lance Armstrong’s drug testing results, the use of quinoa on the two week food challenge, capturing your resting heart rate and why athletes are petrified of success!

#11 Coach Robb


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Are frustrated that your training and eating habits are not producing the results you are looking for?  Coach Robb’s Podcast #11 drills down on the top six culprits that could be holding you back.  Coach Robb taps into his 30+ years of working with clients, athletes and racers to outline how overlooking little things can create a domino effect that undermines your efforts and eventually your health ? without you seeing it until it is too late.  He also explains why trying harder is not always the correct mindset when it comes to breaking through personal plateaus. If you are tired of being tired or ready to bust through performance glass ceilings, you don’t want to miss this podcast.  Additionally, Coach Robb answers some pretty heated questions about PEDS (performance enhancing drugs), the negative side to energy bars, when and how to use ibuprofen and more!  Note: Coach Robb will be hosting a live webinar “Nutrition for Performance” on February 27th from 6-9pm EST.  For more information, please contact Christy at [email protected] for pricing and availability.

#10 Coach Robb


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Screw Your New Year’s Resolutions  and How to Set Yourself Up for a Lifestyle Change! During Podcast #10 Coach Robb outlines the top four reasons why people are constantly hungry and can’t lose weight, and the truth behind what it takes to actually enjoying exercise.  After listening to this podcast, you will learn how to avoid falling into the trap of the complacency syndrome, which in Coach Robb’s opinion, is the number one reason why we end up injured and/or sick.  Coach Robb also answers several listener’s questions sent about whether you should goto the gym when the flu bug is floating around; whether avocados should be avoided due to the amount of calories; and the truth behind supplementation.

Yours in sport & health,

-Coach Robb, Coaches & Staff