The ability to track intensity and quantify training loads using technology plays a big role in today’s game, giving team experts the ability to see in specific terms how individual athletes are impacted by training and how they respond at a physiological level.
In August 2017, Firstbeat Sports hosted a special webinar featuring Dr. Tim Gabbett, an internationally renowned physiologist and leading expert on the topics of training demands and injury prevention.
Training load monitoring and recovery testing are among the ways that top teams like Tottenham Hotspur are leveraging science and technology to reduce injuries and create competitive advantages on the field.
The ability to predict how a particular individual will react to a training protocol in advance is a critical step in getting training prescriptions right.
The break allows the teams to build their strategies, work with their conditioning elements and enables the players to recover from their demanding schedule.
Measuring Training Load and Recovery on a Training Camp – Part 2: How Does Training Hard Affect Recovery?
Hurdler Ida Aidanpää-Immonen presents data she got from conducting measurements with the Firstbeat Bodyguard device during a training camp at Tenerife.
Hurdler and Firstbeat’s Key Account Manager Ida Aidanpää-Immonen presents how her body recovers during a training camp in Tenerife.
What’s Happening in an Athlete’s Mind? – Connecting Sport Psychology and Heart Rate Variability (HRV)
What effect does heart rate variability (HRV) feedback have on athletes’ psychological preparedness and vice versa?
The use of Firstbeat Bodyguard sensor allows 24hrs measurements to detect how other factors than training are affecting on recovery.
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