Welcome to "The Science of Performance," hosted by the trailblazing Dan Feeney, BOA Sr. Director of Partner Product Design and Innovation and supported by the Freetrail Network, this captivating podcast takes you on a journey into peak performance in trail running. more
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Jesse Frank did his masters & undergrad at CU Boulder with Roger Kram where he did a variety of projects from trying to build a mobile, gravity reducing cart, to studying how various bike seats affect cycling comfort, and was a coauthor on the Nike 4... more
Keely – Recent winner of Black Canyon 100k, Freetrail Lead of Performance Coaching Team, plan to be a Medical Doctor, former biomechanics researcher and current nutrition researcher. more
Welcome James, Spragg. James is a coach at intercept performance consultancy. James is also finishing his PhD univ of capetown in exercise physiology where he studied the mechanisms responsible for deterioration in performance during grand tour cycli... more
Fantastic info !!! Sooo much interesting breakdowns!! Thank you
Enjoying the podcast so far. Not too scientific that you get lost
Dan is a brilliant guy and a great runner. Must listen!
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The Science of Performance launched 3 months ago and published 7 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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