On National Fitness Day we look at five easy steps to increase your physical activity.
Whether you’re an exercise fanatic keen to know if your effort is paying off, or someone with a nagging feeling their fitness is holding them back, working out how fit…
The Carolina Hurricanes have agreed a three-year deal to begin using Firstbeat, the leading provider of physiological analytics in sports. The Hurricanes become the 17th NHL franchise to utilize Firstbeat…
Introducing physical activity into your routine can improve multiple areas important for workplace productivity.
The end goal of any training plan is to make sure players are ready to perform at the peak of their abilities come game day.
When the temperatures rise it can be hard to stay on track, and even harder to get effective recovery. This blog reveals some quick tips to help you be at your best during the heatwave.
With Saturday many people’s ‘most stressful day’, your weekend might not be as full of recovery as you first thought. Here are tips to boost your recovery.
Maintaining motivation can be one of the most difficult things when seeking to implement lifestyle changes. That’s where data comes in. Used correctly, it can have a positive impact on every step of the journey.
The World Cup is an exciting time for people across the world. But it can also be pretty stressful. Here are three tips to reduce stress during the World Cup that can be used to boost your daily work routine too.
Technology in sport is increasing at a rapid rate. Arsenal’s Tom Allen reveals how to pinpoint the key data and monitor players effectively during the season.
Estimating an individual’s Fitness Level whilst walking will be added to the Firstbeat Lifestyle Assessment in September 2018. A new algorithm developed by Firstbeat has made it possible to estimate…
The levels of physical and mental exertion required to maintain performance at the elite level means effective recovery is essential. Good quality sleep is one way of getting exactly that. However, getting enough sleep (and the right kind) can be harder than it sounds.