David Tilbury-Davis, coach of among others Cody Beals and Lionel Sanders, shares fascinating insights about training, including the cognitive load of triathlon, splicing workouts (based on the WHY of your workout), and action steps for how self-coached athletes can get started coaching themselves more effectively. We also dive a bit deeper into bike training specifically.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT:
-How to become a more effective self-coached triathlete
-Splicing workouts to achieve a desired adaptation
-The cognitive load of triathlon and how it impacts planning your training
-The 20-minute rule
-Technique-under-load in swimming
-How a weekend warrior's and Lionel Sander's bike training in principle is not too dissimilar...
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