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Demonstration Speech Alana Moore Specific subject: Running shoes Specific purpose: To demonstrate to the audience how to choose a good running shoe Introduction I. Attention getter: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Adults (should) get at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity each week…to decrease the risk of heart disease, cancer, and diabetes” (CDC). II. Name: Hello my name is Alana Moore. III. Thesis statement: Today I am going to teach you how to choose a good running shoe, which I believe everyone should know how to do. IV. WIIFM or Listener relevance: Picking a good running shoe will prevent injuries and allow you to get the most out of your exercise and your money. V. Establish Credibility: I have been a runner my whole life and I come from a long line of runners, so I feel fit to walk you through this process. VI. Preview of main points: Today you will learn how to assess your ankles, arches, and environment as well as learn how to use that information to pick the best running shoe for you. Transition: Let’s start with learning to assess your ankles. Body I. First main point: Assessment of Ankles A. Some people might not think that the ankles are that important while choosing shoes, but that isn’t true. The sideways motion of your foot is controlled by the ankle and this motion greatly affects the way your foot propels forward. Let’s discuss two motions of the ankle: pronation and supination. Pronation is when the ankles roll inward during motion and supination is when the ankles roll outward during motion.
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  • Summer '16
  • Joy Locke
  • Speech Outline, Demonstration Speech, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, good running shoe, How To Speech

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