During this podcast, Coach Robb answers specific questions that were sent in from Snow Bike Girls’ founder Jackie Riess and the Snow Bike Girls community. Although these questions are directed towards riding and racing motorcycles and snowbikes, the information is relevant to females of all sports.
Here at the Coach Robb Podcast, we are always looking for ways to provide our listeners with information that resonates and specifically addresses their frustrations, needs, wants and desires, and provide specific steps to correct and/or eliminate them.
Was Psychologist Abraham Maslow wrong when he created his Hierarchy of Needs? When you look at the human race and our desire to reach our fullest potential (financially, professionally, personally and athletically) we have the flow pattern completely upside down – Maslow was correct!
As 2019 comes to a close, stop and ask yourself “What has been my biggest frustration(s) of 2019?” Are they the same ones that you had in 2018 or even 2017? During podcast #41, Coach Robb shares his four-step process to identify, isolate, address, and eliminate the specific frustrations you experienced in 2019. This unique four-step process will provide you a road map to immediate progress and move you closer to achieving your fullest potential as an individual and/or athlete.
As a new feature (or format), we take a deep dive into specific case studies of our listeners once a quarter.
During this podcast, Coach Robb discusses the difference between simply surviving from day-to-day and thriving on a daily basis for maximum productivity and happiness.
During this podcast, Coach Robb addresses a listener’s email regarding an elite tennis coach who actually advocates fast food for his athletes and provides insight into why the statement is not only absurd, but is both unhealthy and dangerous for athletes and non-athletes alike.
During this podcast, Coach Robb outlines how the body and the brain go round after round fighting to achieve the delicate balance of health and performance.
In podcast #36, Coach Robb takes a play from Letterman counting down the top 10 mistakes he has seen during his 35 years as a human performance coach.