heart rate

There is something you can do every day to start honing your ability to control your own heart rate and HRV.
A review of the research confirmed dehydration can significantly impact a variety of athletic markers.
A new study analyzed the effectiveness of the heart rate-running speed index for gauging running performance.
The benefit to you will be improved recovery. One of the worst things you can do is to stand still.
I’m a big believer in doing what we are born to do. Some people are built to be really strong, or fast, or go for long periods of time. But we are all built to run.
After two weeks I have undertaken ten training sessions, and during these I have attempted to ride more in a circle during both the effort and rest phases. Here is a detailed analysis of my results.
Have you ever wondered if moving your arms too much might throw off your heart rate monitor? A new study asked that question and got an unexpected response.
Heart rate variability, or HRV, is becoming more common in sports, and for good reason. A recent study found it is particularly helpful for combat athletes.
Serious athletes who care about performance know that small details matter. One of the newest things you can track is your heart rate variability, and the BioForce HRV is a great tool to measure it.
You can't determine if your nutrition and training are on track if you're not measuring important numbers. Here's what you need to measure and three workouts to try, too.
Considering a heart rate monitor to see how fast that big old muscle is really beating? The instant heart rate app by Azumio is a great tool for tracking heart rate throughout your day.
Your heart rate can tell you a lot, whether you're working hard or at rest. A new study suggests your resting heart rate might be able to indicate whether you're overtraining.
Exercise recovery heart rate is one of the biggest predictors of cardiovascular health. Using heart rate interval training can help you get lean and live longer.
After my first tournament experience I devised a plan to create the best strength and conditioning program for BJJ ever. Luckily I've also had the help of Joel Jamieson and BioForce HRV.
We hear a lot about the importance of hydration, but recently scientists looked at the impact of hydration on the autonomic nervous system and discovered a critical reason for water's importance.
What if you had a device that could objectively measure when you're overtrained and tell you to rest? That is the goal of the ithlete HRV monitor. Does it achieve its goal? Is it worth the money?
I’ve heard so many times that I should “listen to my body." What if it tells me to EAT THAT COOKIE! Let me share how I've learned when to listen and when to move on.