Date Aired: May 2, 2023 // Guest: Troy Taylor
Troy Taylor is an internationally renowned human performance leader and the Senior Director of Performance Innovation at Tonal.
Before joining Tonal, Troy was the High-Performance Director at U.S. Ski & Snowboard. In that role, Troy led the world-renowned U.S. Ski & Snowboard High-Performance team, supporting their athletes in winning over 500+ major international podiums between 2015 and 2021 and 15 medals (7 gold medals) at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games.
In this interview, Troy talks about the most effective ways to approach your fitness routine, how to identify whether you are overtraining, and the importance of functional movements in the game of longevity.
If you’re ready to level up your fitness game, this interview is a must-listen!
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More About The Guest
He is a world-class sport scientist who worked for different organizations, mainly focusing on Sport Science, Sport Education and Sport Performance.
He is also experienced in providing complete physiological (training and laboratory monitoring) and strength&conditioning support to athletes and professional sport teams (Ski, athletics, soccer).
- High Performance DIrector for US Ski and Snowboard Team (from 2015)
- Sport Science and Sport Medicine Director, Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (2010-2015)
- Senior Sport Physiologist for Sport Wales, Cardiff UK (2007-2010)
- Sport Physiologist for US Ski and Snowboard Team (2005-2007)
- Sport Scientist at University of Birmingham, UK (2003-2005)