heart rate

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.
Whether you are pregnant or you're training a pregnant client, it's important to know what changes are going on during the prenatal period. Today we look at the cardiovascular effects of pregnancy.
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.
Training is like farming. You do all these things today that you can’t see producing a result in the hope of a future payoff. The best muscle you can develop for success? Your patience.
Training aerobically based on heart rate might be old school, but so many people have done it for a reason - it works. Let me explain why your aerobic system is so important and how to train it.