Firstbeat is presented at the NSCA National Conference 2014 of the National Strength and Conditioning Association in Vegas, July 9—12th. The theme of this year's event is "strength innovated" and the conference delivers specialists of the industry speaking on the most innovative strength and conditioning topics.
Meet team Firstbeat at our booth #715 and get the latest news and innovations from our professional sports and work & well-being product lines.Read more »
In June we have two Webinar sessions:
Product demonstration: Get the most out of Firstbeat SPORTS!
In this webinar Firstbeat staff will go through the different software features and reporting for quick recovery test, overnight recovery, real time monitor and tools to handle the data in group level. The session includes interactive Q&A discussion with the Firstbeat technicians and physiologists!
Optimizing Game Day Performance Real-Time
This webinar has a special focus for field-hockey. Dr. Jonathan Bloomfield (Support2Perform) and the Head of S&C, Ireland Men’s Hockey will share information on how to apply real time training load data in games to control the fatigue and maximize the team’s physical resource. We also take a look at how Firstbeat can be used to measure player recovery.
Click here to register to the webinars
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