Trivialization is not a training principle. Sometimes what you see is what you get, nothing more, and nothing less. Recognize what you see in coaching, or what you are reading for professional advancement for what it is. Do not pick the fly poop out of the pepper, that approach will only get you smelly fingers. Details are fine and important as long as they have context. That context always should be the big picture. Rather than focus on minutiae focus on the need to do training activities and that will elicit the desired training adaptation. Train the need to do, evaluate the need to do, adjust based on evaluation, focus and train with a new focus. Think big picture – what is the desired result. Sure the devil is in the details, but sometimes the devil can be the details.