Joe Friel

Joe Friel is an endurance sports coach best known as an elite triathlon and cycling coach as well as the author of ''The Triathlete's Training Bible'', ''The Cyclist's Training Bible'', ''The Mountain Biker's Training Bible'', ''Going Long: Training for Ironman-Distance Triathlons'', and ''Your First Triathlon''.

Friel holds a master's degree in exercise science, is a USA Triathlon and USA Cycling certified elite-level coach. He is a founder and past Chairman of the USA Triathlon National Coaching Commission. He has also been active in business as the founder of TrainingPeaks, a web-based software company, and TrainingBible Coaching.

Friel coached Ryan Bolton, an Olympic athlete and the winner of the 2002 Ironman Triathlon at Lake Placid. Friel uses the training philosophy of periodization developed by Tudor Bompa. Provided by Wikipedia
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Boulder, CO : VeloPress Books, [2018]