hrv

The process of individualizing your training based on biofeedback leads to much better outcomes and more consistent progress.
Two criteria determine whether or not you reach your goal - your training program and how you manage that program.
There is something you can do every day to start honing your ability to control your own heart rate and HRV.
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.
Heart rate variability can be measured by some heart rate monitors, and a new study suggests tracking it might be a good way to evaluate workout intensity.
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.
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?
What does a man who squats 800lbs want for Christmas? Well, here's your answer - the top ten gifts Chris Duffin, world-class powerlifter, is hoping for this holiday season.