This year, the Firstbeat HRV Summit 2019’s Fitness & Training session welcomed speakers from Finland, North America, France and Germany.
From replicating game intensity to aiding player rehab, monitoring TRIMP/min has wide-ranging benefits.
A comprehensive breakdown of the Acute vs Chronic Training Load feature in Firstbeat Sports.
The Firstbeat HRV Summit returns in 2019 and will gather top professionals from around the world under one roof to explore vital issues in well-being, sports performance and physiological analytics. The two-day…
In this webinar, Dr. Marc Lochbaum explores the physiological and psychological make-up of elite athletes and what it means for training and performance.
For the second year in a row, the DFB Cup final is the last chance for Eintracht Frankfurt to secure a place in European competition for next season. Utilizing the Firstbeat Sports system, the training load of all players are monitored, so that everyone can be performing at his best in Berlin.
In this webinar, Athletic Performance Coordinator Dave Cencer shares his expertise on how training load data can be used to enhance performance and reduce injuries in sports that require strength, speed, and power to succeed.
In the next Firstbeat Sports webinar, strength and conditioning expert Sean Conaty delivers insight into the practical use of quantified recovery data in his work with NCAA basketball players.
When it comes to cheerleading, very little – if any – research is available that squads can use to help prepare themselves to perform. Monitoring cardiovascular load is vital to best train athletes in all sports.
Tim Beltz, M.Sc. describes best practices for using training load data to challenge each athlete in the most individually beneficial way possible.
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.
This webinar will focus on how, when achieved in the right way, high training loads can act as a type of vaccination against injury.