Heart Rate Variability for Triathletes

Jul 8, 2020 | webinar

Overtraining and Underrecovery are both challenging issues for triathletes that can result in fatigue, injury and a loss of fitness. The stress of physical training and the stress of daily life such as work, family or finances are cumulative. Training stress is easy to measure, but measuring recovery is much more difficult. Heart Rate Variability can help solve the issue of knowing when to execute planned hard training and when to take a recovery or rest day instead. Tracking your personal HRV with a daily morning measurement provides insight into your ability to successfully execute and benefit from a high-intensity training session.

Session starts  at about 10:00 – I will work on editing this video to trim the so-called fat.  


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