Joe Friel is the Bestselling Author of 17, soon to be 18 books. These include; Cyclist Training Bible, Triathlon Science, The Triathletes Training Bible, Fast after 50, The Power Meter Handbook and so many more titles.
During this conversation we go back to Joe discovering Triathlon in its infancy in 1983. Joe shares why he didn't think the sport of triathlon would make it. Why it seemed too good to be true. We touch on Joe trialling in one of the very first bike Power Meters. The founding of training peaks in 1999, the growth of triathlon coaching in the sport over the last several decades and we look at key physical performance endurance training principles including some of the most well known and loved features of training peaks including fatigue, fitness, form and interpretation of training stress score.
Joe shares the top three mistakes that endurance athletes make, the challenges coaches face, top masters athlete advice and how to be race prepared and ready.
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