Jeff Knight on How to Be a Runner

Jeff Knight is a Lead Exercise Scientist for Under Armour; where he works to improve health and fitness through smarter exercise and technology. Previously he worked as a run coach for runners at every level (grade-school to professional athletes) but specialized in coaching adult, redactional runners.
JEFF KNIGHT ON HOW TO BE A RUNNER
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TOPICS AND LINKS FROM TODAYS SHOW:

1.
What’s your running background?
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How did you end up at UA as an exercise scientist?
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The biggest difference in working with the elite to adult/recreational?
4.
Biggest mistakes new runners make?
5.
Tips for correcting said mistakes?
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New runners rarely have coaches/people to help them: what’s the ideal way for a runner to get started?
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How can smarter exercise help? Favorite tools right now?
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Most exciting projects you’ve worked on?
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What’s up with Austin TX as an athletic hub?
10.
I’m testing out the new UA Hovr sneakers: what am I in for?

 

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