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Inspire. Connect. Educate. Perform. ALTIS exists to develop the careers of the best athletes in the world, while revolutionizing coach & athlete education. Featuring guests ranging from Olympians, to World Class Coaches, to Paralympians, the ALTIS World podcast is our chance to share exclusive insights on themes ranging from athlete performance, to performance therapy, to current affairs, to coach & athlete development. Created for Athletes, Coaches, and Therapists alike, the ALTIS World Podcast brings the experiences of some of the brightest minds in sport, direct to you. If you enjoy what you hear, please spread the word!
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Now displaying: August, 2021
Aug 31, 2021

We are BACK with Season 2 of the 1 Track Mind podcast! Our first guest this time around is Coach Ken Harnden, sprints & hurdles coach at the University of Tennessee. We talk about Ken's upbringing in Africa as well his athlete & coaching path. He is a 2x Olympian and 3x World Champs competitor and has now coached numerous NCAA champions, countless All-Americans and athletes who have gone on to shine on the international stage.

 

1:55 Background and upbringing in Zimbabwe

5:40 How did you get started with track?

8:00 Coming to the States and walking on at North Carolina?

10:30 Athletic development while in College

13:40 What was your ideal 400H pattern? How did you like to run your race?

16:00 Coaching Influences

19:40 Lessons, Perspectives & Impressions from your Pro Career, Olympics & World Champs


23:05 When did you decide you wanted to coach and how did that transition come about?

26:50 What is your 400H philosophy?

31:20 Evolving Stride Patterns in the 400H

36:20 Impressions of the evolution of the 400H race?

46:10 Talk to us about Walter Dix and Ngoni Makusha while at FSU. Those were some crazy talented individuals.

56:00 To conclude, give us a fun track story from your memory banks

 

 

 

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