Janet Leet - contact information
Clinician (2010 - present): I teach the dynamics of human Movement for clients with and without micro-trauma (little aches and pains). I do Injury-Risk-Assessments (IRA) and Performance-Readiness-Evaluations (PREs) with healthy individuals. I have worked with Olympic level athletes to the elderly having problems (i.e. walking, getting out of chairs, etc).
Running Coach and Supplemental Training Professional (1998 - present): training that specifically applies back to your sport or activity giving you the supplemental power that is both experienced and felt. I continually use IRA's and PRE's along with mathematical predictions in work in power increases, and problem solving techniques when the prediction fall short to identify where the real work needs to be done. I work on both internet based as well as in person.
Researcher (2012 - Present): Co-Investigator in human movement with Robert Narcessian, EdM. via St. Joseph Regional Medical Center Paterson NJ. Co-author of manuscript submitted to peer review - work in preparation.
Motion Analysis Performance Solutions (MAPS, LLC): MAPS Multi-joint Observer-Performer-Systems clinician
USATF Level 1 Certified Track and Field Coach
Safe Sport Certified
Human subject NIH Certified Researcher
Past work experience:
SUB5 Performance Center (2011 - 2018):
SUB5 Girls Running Camp 1997 - 2017 (sponsored by Nike, Inc.): Largest All girls overnight running camp in the USA.
ESPN Rise Blogger 2014: Wrote a series of Blogs on girls running
Reebok International LTD: 1991 - 1996
Field Service Manager Midwest and Canada territories (1993-1996): Managed 12 employees to educate, merchandise and collect trend data for shoe development
Filed Service Representative (1992-1993): educate, merchandise and collect trend data
Reebok America Representative (1991-1992): Ran under a professional contract while
integrating into local running stores, local competitions, and local clubs
University of Arkansas (1990-1991): Graduate Assistant Track and Field Coach
I was a 10 x Collegiate Division I NCAA All-American (1984 -1989) and a USA IAAF World Cross Country team Gold Medal Champion in 1987 (I placed 23rd). I was a Kinney national high school cross country champion 1983 and was named high school athlete of the Century in New Jersey in 2000. In 2003 I was named to the NCAA Athletic Coast Conference (ACC) 50 year team in three sports (Cross County, Indoor and Outdoor Track). I qualified for two Olympic track and field Trials in the 10,000M. I ran in two IAAF World Cross Country chamionships. I ran for Team USA in the inaugural Chiba Ekiden Relay team placing 2nd in 1988. I raced for Team USA all over the world.