HRV Monitoring Interview

Here’s a recent interview I had the pleasure of doing with Chris Beardsley of the Strength and Conditioning Research site:

http://www.strengthandconditioningresearch.com/2014/11/18/andrew-flatt-hrv/

We go over;

  • What HRV is and why we measure it
  • Practical and valid recording methodology as it pertains to shortened measurement duration and stabilization periods
  • HRV data interpretation for training and athlete monitoring
  • Practical recommendations
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About hrvtraining

I hold an MS in Exercise Science and am a CSCS with the NSCA. I"m currently working in the Human Performance Lab at Auburn University (Montgomery) completing several research projects on HRV and exercise. I will be pursuing a PhD in Human Performance this Fall (2014) at the University of Alabama. Formerly, I worked as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Cal U in PA. I have an extensive athletic background including hockey, rugby and collegiate football. I now compete in raw powerlifting and was the 2010 Canadian National Champion (amateur). I am interested in all aspects of strength and conditioning however my research interest pertains to heart rate variability and its application to monitoring the training of athletes.
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