18 épisodes

Real Coaching with international triathlon coaches Joel Filliol and Paulo Sousa is a conversation about high performance coaching through the eyes of coaches and athletes on the front lines. From training basics, periodisation, planning, and performance to communication and athlete management, we discuss how to improve every athlete.

Real Coaching Joel Filliol

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Real Coaching with international triathlon coaches Joel Filliol and Paulo Sousa is a conversation about high performance coaching through the eyes of coaches and athletes on the front lines. From training basics, periodisation, planning, and performance to communication and athlete management, we discuss how to improve every athlete.

    18: Arild Tveiten Norway Head Coach

    18: Arild Tveiten Norway Head Coach

    Arild Tveiten the Triathlon Norway Head Coach sits down with Joel to discuss all things triathlon and high performance, from the rise of Norway as a triathlon power, to testing, organization of sessions, altitude, season planning, the 70.3 world best time, Tokyo 2020 and more.

    • 1h 2 min
    17: Questions and Answers

    17: Questions and Answers

    The Real Coaching Podcast returns, with Joel answering questions on training, racing, performance, squad dynamics and more following the Gold Coast ITU Grand Final where the JFTcrew men went 1-2-3 in the WTS podium, and Katie Zaferes took silver for the women.
    Show notes: https://joelfilliol.com/podcast/2019/1/17/17-questions-and-answers 

    • 46 min
    16: Sprinting towards Tokyo

    16: Sprinting towards Tokyo

    The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games may change to a sprint format combined with a mixed team relay: we discuss the background, history, racing and training implications. Lab testing season for triathletes is here, and we break down this trend, and why this doesn't move athletes performance forward. The marginalization of coaches, over-promising and under-delivering of sport science. Decision making and why this is the key to real coaching effectiveness. We address questions on high load training camps, what to do about illness, elite vs age group training, HIIT blocks, marginal gains, and nutrition questions from fasted training, supplements, protein and recovery drinks.
    Show Notes: http://joelfilliol.com/podcast/2016/11/15/sprinting-towards-tokyo

    • 1h 29 min
    15: Training Needs Hierarchy

    15: Training Needs Hierarchy

    Training needs in terms of importance are discussed, from total frequency and volume of training, to high intensity, to training distribution, to periodisation and tapering. We discuss Vicky Holland's interview, comparing and contrasting her training with Darren Smith and the Leeds Triathlon centre, the polarized approach, historical trends of planning and intensity distribution. Follow up questions are addressed including running economy, drills, and tips, run analytics, maintaining endurance fitness between events, structuring a season for both early season and late season races, and whether training gear can affect injuries. The Island House and final ITU World Cups are discussed along with development pathways.
    Show Notes

    • 1h 37 min
    14: Kona Breakdown

    14: Kona Breakdown

    Kona analysis including Frodeno vs Keinle, Ryf vs the clock, front pack dynamics, drafting, penalties, which pros should race Kona, and why we need smaller fields for better racing. We breakdown Triathlon New Zealand, and the resignation of the HPD, the history of success in New Zealand and the challenge of re-building the culture there. Back on the ever green doping topic, we discuss the ongoing TUE saga, and motor doping. Finally planning training for the future and reviewing the past, what went well, what didn't and how we'll take these points forward in future episodes.
     
    Show Notes

    • 1h 27 min
    13: We love Kona / Kona Sucks

    13: We love Kona / Kona Sucks

    The importance of Kona for triathlon, and the professional circuit, prize money, progression of the sport. Salinas ITU World cup, and development of runners into triathletes. High Performance funding and organisation, how "athlete-centered, coach driven" has become jargon and not reality. Key run sessions, organising run training, minimal effective dose, healthy training load and what causes injuries and how to avoid falling into inconsistency.
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    • 1h 21 min

Avis d’utilisateurs

nfkb ,

Super intéressant +++

Je suis triathlète débutant. Débutant mais passionné par les techniques d'entraînement et les sciences du sport. Je suis médecin et j'ai été élevé dans le monde de l'evidence based et j'adore fouiner dans la littérature scientifique.
Mon enthousiasme a été un peu malmené par le discours très terre à terre de Joel Filliol et Paulo Sousa. Et finalement, ça fait du bien !
Leur recul sur les modes et les gadgets est sain et rafraichissant dans notre monde qui feu de tout bois.
En pratique, leurs discussions en anglais sont bien intelligibles pour un non anglophone de naissance. Ils parlent assez lentement (merci Paulo de garder ce rythme cool de non native speaker !) et la qualité de l'enregistrement est bonne.

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