Andrew Robinson is an exercise physiologist and level 2 cycling coach. He is particularly passionate about cycling and has raced for over 20 years and still gets round with A grade in local club criteriums. For many years Andrew has also worked in sport and talent identification in Australia and overseas. His education background includes study in exercise physiology, science, biomechanics, nutrition, rehabilitation, and psychology. His racing experience covers the road, track and mountain bike disciplines of cycling. He is also interested in meditation, Tibetan buddhism, science fiction, gamification of exercise science and sustainability. Andrew’s approach combines cutting edge sports science with extensive racing experience. He aims to provide training and conditioning programs to help guide cyclists and people of all ages and levels to reach their goals. He is also committed to working with health professionals to optimise outcomes for cyclists who have had injuries or who require a synergistic / multidisciplinary approach to help them reach their peak performance and extend from the limitations of their injury. Our bodies are complex and exercise can take our bodies to their limit, with the right approach that limit will change.
What do you enjoy about Training
I enjoy the stories and the evolution of the human condition.
Nothing is static.
Personal Trainer at Monash Sport
Gym Manager Monash Sport , Clayton
Sport Science and Talent Identification with Oceania Olympic Comittee
Bachelor of Science
Grad Dip of Exercise Science
Level 1 Strength and Conditioning, Boxing
Level 2 Cycle Coach
Words of Wisdom
You have to keep changing the paradigm . Get a handle on what intensity and frequency means for your own self and pursue it with dedicated practice.
Contact Andrew at firstname.lastname@example.org