You’ve probably heard or read stories about Garmin watches and similar wearables seemingly predicting illness. Can your fitness tracker really tell when you are getting sick?
While there is no doubt that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) burns a lot of calories, going hard all the time can do more harm than good. Low-intensity aerobic exercise is needed to complete the picture.
Firstbeat’s advanced performance analytics were introduced in a near-record 20 new devices in 2019. Things also stayed busy on the research and development front.
This article explores four common reasons why your VO2max might not be increasing as quickly as you hoped and what you can do about it.
The Huawei Watch GT 2 along with advanced performance analytics from Firstbeat allow you to make better, more personal health, fitness, and performance decisions.
Based on feedback from your own physiology, Body Battery delivers personalized insight to help you navigate from survive to thrive.
Mastering the sometimes-complex relationship between each workout and its role in your development is the key to improving your performance.
Exposure to hot, humid environments trigger physiological adaptations that enable to perform better in those conditions.
Training Load gives you is the ability to see and track the amount strain placed on your body as a result of your recorded activities over time.
The Garmin Forerunner 945 is the first GPS smartwatch to feature Firstbeat’s Heat and Altitude Acclimation feedback.
The annual Firstbeat HRV Summit brings experts together from around the world to explore how analysis of heart rate and heart rate variability data can be deployed in new and better ways.
What VO2max measures and how it is measured. How VO2max is used to personalize feedback, and what you can do to boost your own VO2max.