Recovery is crucial when facing a hectic fixture schedule. That’s why getting it right during road trips is so important.
Firstbeat Sports users Cologne Sharks took on the Edmonton Oilers in Cologne this month as part of the NHL Global Series.
Highlights of Our Recent Firstbeat Events in London: Towards Better Corporate Performance and Healthier Employees
A review of the Corporate Breakfast and Professional User Workshop events held in London.
The more you use your phone, the faster it runs out of battery. Our bodies work the same way. Body Battery™ shows how much you have left.
On National Fitness Day we look at five easy steps to increase your physical activity.
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.
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.
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.
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.