Making Sense of Wearables with Sian Allen PhD | Koopcast Episode 139
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Sian spent over 10 years providing sport science support to athletes and coaches in Olympic, Paralympic, and professional sports across high-performance environments in Great Britain and New Zealand. She began her career working as a Physiologist with British Swimming in the lead-up to the London 2012 Olympics, before obtaining an applied Ph.D. in statistical modeling of sports performance from AUT University while working with Swimming New Zealand. Sian then took up a strategic role as Performance Intelligence Manager with Paralympics New Zealand into the Rio 2016 Games, managing innovation projects and data analysis systems across all Paralympic sports in New Zealand. She now combines her data analytics and exercise physiology background with the latest in technology and scientific research, working as a Research Manager in the Product Innovation team at lululemon Athletica on the West Coast of Canada. Sian on Twitter Buy Koop’s new book on Amazon or Audible Information on coaching- Koop’s Social Media Twitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop
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