Science in sport or sport in science: My no. 1 interview question for applied sport science

For more performance insights join us at the https://www.supportingchampions.co.uk/3iworkshops Previous blogs in this series 1. Introduction 2. Making an impressive impression 3. Touch, pause and engage “Actions are the seeds of fate, deeds grow into destiny.” Harry Truman My favourite and, I think my most discriminating practitioner question at interview is the plainly simple, “How…

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Touch, Pause and Engage*: What you might expect at the start of an applied sports science interview.

For more performance insights join us at the https://www.supportingchampions.co.uk/3iworkshops Previous blogs in this series 1. Introduction 2. Making an impressive impression “A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” Lao Tzu The interviewing begins and the selectors welcome you. There are reams of work written on polite small-talk (“Where are you…

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This week’s topic, in my humble opinion, is the most neglected subject area in the Sports Science education system*. If the evidence that I refer to is indirect I apologise, but in the graduate population I encounter their understanding of this area is almost completely absent. Therefore, if there are course leaders reading this please…

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