About this episode
Emily Kraus is a runner, cyclist and sports medicine physician at Stanford.
In this episode we talked about:
- her start as a runner
- her job as a sports med physician
- how it overlaps
- OTQ dreaming
- her interest in women’s health
- our run with Allie Kieffer
- research she’s been a part of and collaborations with Megan Roche, Tracy Hoeg and other researchers
- Western States 100 bone health project
- stress reactions and stress fractures
- bloodwork for athletes
- low energy availability and RED-s
- within day deficits
- next steps to take if someone’s experiencing LEA (low energy availability)
- what she’s proud of
- and much more!
Follow along with her adventures at instagram.com/emilykrausmd and her research at instagram.com/emilykrausmd_sportscience
This episode is sponsored by Janji. As a local to Boston running apparel company, I’ve enjoyed seeing Janji grow over the years and their gear has only gotten better as time has gone on.
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I hope you love them as much as I do!
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