Joel Filliol is one of triathlons most experienced and successful professional coaches. Joel has been involved in endurance sports since 1989 both as an athlete and as a coach. As an athlete, Joel has competed in over 100 triathlon and multi sport events and represented Canada at World Championships in triathlon and duathlon. As a Coach, Joel has worked with athletes at the highest levels including the Ironman, Ironman 73.5 World Triathlon Championships, the ITU World Elite, Age Group Championships and multi sport games such as Commonwealth, Pan American and of course multiple Olympic Games.
During this episode, you’ll hear from Joel around the principles that he believes dictates the high performance. Joel’s approach really is to keep things simple as he outlines in this interview; simplicity is really is an ultimate sophistication. Get ready to learn about why more and faster is not always better, why the goal is to make fewer poor decisions, why managing workouts when they’re going really well is so important, why paying attention to athletes and their non verbals is absolutely crucial, the concept of the minimally effective dose, why having the confidence to do less can be so important and so much more.
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