Episode 200: Experimenting On Ourselves As Coaches
Do you try out workouts before you give them to athletes? In this episode, we talk about the importance of experimenting on yourself as a coach. It’s not about the speed of the workout, but that doing something difficult gives you an appreciation for what it feels like. Which then allows you to coach it better. From Lydiard to Cerutty to Tellez, we look at how some of the best coaches in history were experimenters.
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