Regular exercise is good for you body and mind. However, more training isn’t always better and exercising too much might have a negative impact on mental health. Firstbeat Training Load gives essential insight into the proper amount of exercise.
Beating cancer and conquering marathons – Garmin ambassador Joonas Laurila talks about the metrics that keep him going
Joonas Laurila, a Finnish runner, has undergone multiple surgeries and rehabilitations because of his cancer. He knows that a reliable training, stress, and recovery feedback is essential for different situations.
In this Ask the Expert feature, we talk with Firstbeat’s resident User Experience (UX) expert Wille Hujanen about the challenges of bringing the benefits of physiological analytics to the consumer market.
Wellness specialist Diana T Hooft explains how giving your body the proper nutrition it needs can benefit you physically and mentally.
Have you worked out regularly, but your Training Status is Unproductive? There is no need to panic. Remedy the situation with a few modifications into your training routine.
“I’m sure I’m fit enough; I’ve always been fairly active …” Us lifestyle and fitness professionals are used to hearing statements like that from clients who are convinced that their…
When you go out for a run with your Stratos, the Firstbeat analytics engine uses information about how fast you’re running combined with how hard your body is working to calculate your VO2max
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.
How you exercise determines the results you will get. Experienced athletes listen to their bodies. They modify their efforts and performances to achieve specific goals. These efforts are informed and…
If you aren’t using these 3 tools, you’re missing out Who doesn’t want to train better? You train hard and deserve to get results but getting the most out of…
Anaerobic capacity is the key factor behind short and intense efforts, like sprinting. A good way to improve your speed or anaerobic power is high-intensity interval training.
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.
It is not just the driving skill that counts for a rally driver. Firstbeat Lifestyle Assessment proved that adequate recovery and good cardiorespiratory fitness are essential for WRC driver Teemu Suninen.