Wearable Progression is a podcast about all things wearables and running. We talk with technology experts, industry analysts, running coaches, professional runners and other interesting personalities to discuss everything from how wearables can help runners perform better, to what drives runners to run. This podcast is hosted by Kinematix. Kinematix has dedicated several years to developing the best technology to extract meaningful information about body movements during daily activities, aiming to help people moving better. Kinematix TUNE is our unique wearable to maximize the form of those who run.
In this new Wearables Progression podcast, we sit down with Greta Kreuzer. She is the co-founder and CEO of cosinuss, a wearable tech company based in Munich, Germany building body sensors, algorithms, and data for athletes who are pushing their bodies.
Their first product is an in-ear wearable called the cosinuss° One, which uses precise physical data from your training and competition, to improve your performance efficiently.
For more information on cosinuss, please visit their website here: https://www.cosinuss.com/en
This Podcast was recorded before the 2016 Holidays and released early 2017.
On this podcast we welcome Bob Babbitt, founder of Babbittville and co-founder of Competitor Magazine and the Challenged Athletes. At 65 years young, he goes faster than 20 years ago and according to him recent advancements in technology is an important component.
During our stay at TrackTown16 in Eugene, Oregon we sat down with TUNE ambassador and US long distance runner Ryan Vail. He talks about his recovery from his recent injury and how he uses different training methods to come back stronger. We also touch upon the many wearables out there and how he uses some of them to be a smarter runner. Ryan will compete in the upcoming New York City Marathon and we wish him all the best. You can read about his journey to the NYC Marathon on his blog: http://ryanvail.blogspot.ca.
Jessie Goodell is the owner of the running blog: runningbliss.com, on which she talks about her passion for running and how it changed her life. We also talk about the many running communities out there and how they bring runners together "because they all know what they're going through".
Recorded live at the Olympic Trials in Eugene, we sat down with Dr. Lisa Colvin. She is a coach, an athlete, she participated in several Ironman events, and finally, a scientist.
In this podcast we discuss how data helps a coach to better train their athletes and limit the training loads, and her unique perspective on the importance of having a family support you before, during and after sometimes gruelling training sessions.
In today's episode we speak with Dr. Denis Boucher who has a PhD in Experimental Medicine and is President and Chief Science Officer of Mycloudbody.com, a platform which turns your health data into valuable insights.
During the Podcast Dr. Boucher explains that most athletes he sees use the same old training philosophy they grew up with: if you train harder and harder, you will improve your performance. Cloudbody helps athletes understand that even though their VO2 on paper looks good, their weak biomechanics holds them back in performing better. According to Dr. Boucher the moment athletes find the balance between the right training intensity and the right biomechanics, is the moment you see a big change in their performance level.