Advancing Physiological Analytics: Firstbeat CEO Joni Kettunen, Ph.D., Talks Science and Development at CES 2019
3 Ways to Live Better in 2019
Firstbeat CEO Joni Kettunen shares the science behind the company’s advanced performance analytics and insight into a continuous development cycle for improvement.
Visma Ski Classics in 7 European Countries: Firstbeat Lifestyle Assessment Is on the Trail
3 invaluable tips from a leading wellness expert to help you live better this year.
Why “How Fast” Is the Wrong Question for Runners?
Skimarathon Team Austria takes part in Visma Ski Classics sponsored by Firstbeat Lifestyle Assessment, revealing Work-Life balance under extreme conditions.
How to Motivate Yourself to Exercise During the Cold Winter Months
Running pace is not the most valuable lens through which to examine your runs. Shifting your focus towards training intensity can be a real game changer.
How and When Should I Exercise? The Right Plan Changes with You
As the cold nights begin, fitness expert John Allison reveals how to stay motivated to exercise.
5 Simple Ways to Increase Physical Activity on National Fitness Day
Personalized Training Plan offers workouts tailored just for you. Your fitness level and training history are used to help you achieve your goals safely and effectively.
From Athletes to Everyman – Why Does Fitness Matter?
On National Fitness Day we look at five easy steps to increase your physical activity.
The Dose Makes the Medicine – Moderate Physical Activity Improves Mental Health
Fitness Level is an exciting new feature to Lifestyle Assessment – all it takes is 30 minutes of continuous, moderate to brisk walking on flat terrain.
Anaerobic Training, Sprint to Success
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.
How Long Does It Take to Lose Your Fitness?
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.
A Good Night’s Sleep, What Does It Mean?
Just as your fitness improves over time, it declines if you stop training. Significant reductions in your cardiorespiratory fitness, that is VO2max, occur already within 2 to 4 weeks of detraining.
It is not just how much you sleep but also how well you sleep that counts. Firstbeat Sleep Quality Assessment takes into account the amount of sleep and the quality of the recovery.