Episode 84

Serve Your Athletes Better: How To Fulfill Your Potential As A Coach


November 8th, 2021

33 mins 58 secs

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About this Episode

In episode 84, David Joyce, Co-Editor of High Performance Training For Sports, joins us.

Specifically David will be looking at:

  • Why we should improve our skills
  • Key skills a coach needs & how to improve them
  • How athletes can find the perfect coach for them
  • Navigating the political landscape

About David

"David is an internationally recognized leader in human performance, strategy and decision making. He holds Masters degrees in both Sports Physiotherapy and Strength & Conditioning, as well as an MBA.

He has worked with hundreds of elite athletes, including multiple world and Olympic champions and in multiple sports around the world.

Nowadays, Dave’s focus has shifted much more towards enabling major sporting organisations, corporates, start-ups and emerging leaders navigate through the choppy seas of complexity, and set themselves up to thrive in an increasingly uncertain future.

He has written and co-edited with Daniel Lewindon 2 internationally best-selling textbooks on high-performance and rehabilitation, and the new edition of High Performance Training For Sports has just been released to critical acclaim around the world.."

Twitter: @davidgjoyce
Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/david-joyce01/


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