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.
With the Amazfit Stratos you can accelerate this process and dial in the perfect effort every time you lace up your running shoes.
When you record a workout with the Amazfit Stratos, the Firstbeat analytics engine is busy transforming incoming data into information you can use to maximize your performance.
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.
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.
With Saturday many people’s ‘most stressful day’, your weekend might not be as full of recovery as you first thought. Here are tips to boost your recovery.
Stress can be defined as a situation where the demands that a person is faced with are greater than the available resources. Stress can also be described as the body’s physical and mental adaptation to real or perceived change.
Through the predictive analytics and physiological know-how, Firstbeat describes what is happening in your body and what will likely happen in the future.
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.