Motogp Fitness - 25+ attributes required to win a Moto GP

Moto GP fitness
What is it?
 
A Moto GP rider needs to have the following physiology:
 
25+ attributes of a MotoGP rider 
 
Lightening reflex reaction:
 
Hand eye coordination:
 
Thinking clearing under pressure:
 
Nerves of steel:
 
Speed  Endurance & Core Fitness:
 
Agility: flexibility, durability, power & strength which will all be used during each lap of a race:
 
The race start requires the reaction of a 100m sprinter:
 
Mental concentration of a down-hill skier with the forward thinking of a chess player as the rider contemplate the moves ahead at speed:
 
Courage & nerve of a rock climber:
 
Technical mastery & mental accuracy of fencing:
 
Confidence of high diver:
 
Balance of a ballerina:
 
Reflex actions of a boxer are required as you need to learn how to quickly get straight back on the bike when you can get kicked off like a bronco rider, as well as the ability of a judo athlete being able to relax & roll during a crash at 160 kmph:
 
The power of a light weight lifter with the power to weight ratio of a jockey:
 
Eye sight good enough to return a tennis ball back at 200 kmph:
 
The finish requires the stamina of an endurance marathon runner:
 
It's easy to see that by improving 10 different factors each by just 0.1% will improve performance by 1%.:
 
In Moto GP a winning margin of 0.5 (half a second) is just 0.02% quicker!
 
Mark Kleanthous has been coaching and mentoring Bradley Smith since 2008 
 
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