Recorded Webinar – Recorded on 8 Sep 2016

Good or Bad Stress?

Hosted by Tiina Hoffman

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How do you differentiate good stress from bad stress? What are some of the most typical stressors versus activities that promote recovery? How to turn stress into a resource?

Firstbeat’s Exercise Physiologist Tiina Hoffman will discuss these questions, with concrete examples provided by the Firstbeat Lifestyle Assessment. The webinar is targeted at anyone interested in stress management, resilience, recovery and well-being.

 

Speakers

Tiina Hoffman Exercise Physiologist & Master Trainer, Firstbeat

Tiina is an Exercise Physiologist who works at Firstbeat as a Wellness Specialist. Growing up as a skier, Tiina spent 4 years cross-country ski racing and later 4 year coaching at the University of Alaska, Anchorage. After moving back to Finland, she found her way to Firstbeat after several years in overtraining and heart rate variability field studies at the Research Institute for Olympic Sports and the University of Jyväskylä. To maintain a good balance in her own life, she enjoys the outdoors – kayaking, hiking, xc-skiing and escaping to her cabin in the woods.

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