Posts by Simon Wegerif


HRV-Guided Training

New Study Widens HRV Evidence for More Athletes

  

Heart rate variability is a simple way to measure stress on the body, and Simon Wegerif, a noted expert on the subject, explores new research that widens the evidence supporting its effectiveness.


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9 Common Misconceptions About Measuring Heart Rate Variability

  

Heart Rate Variability (HRV) training is a great way to get valuable insights into how well you’re recovering, as well as how to manage workout intensities. Here are nine misconceptions many endurance athletes have about HRV that could be derailing their success.


How to use HRV Training to Identify Weaknesses

How to use HRV Training to Identify Weaknesses

  

Tracking your HRV is a valuable way to quantify your fatigue and measure when and how to recover in the most optimal way for your body.


Using Heart Rate Variability to Schedule the Intensity of Your Training

  

Knowing when you can train hard and when you should back off can help you better schedule your efforts. Using Heart Rate Variablity (HRV) is a new way to monitor your daily recovery. Learn more about what HRV is and how you can use it to make your training as productive as possible.