Monitoring Ultra-Short HRV and HR-Running Speed Index in an Elite Soccer Player: A Case Study

Here’s a recent case study featuring HRV changes in a pro soccer player throughout preseason training. Thanks to my colleague Alirezza Rabbani for inviting my collaboration on this one.

The main findings were that post-waking HRV and the HR-Running Speed Index (an indicator of aerobic fitness) during the warm-up jog progressively improved and were highly correlated. Additionally, we found that 1-min HRV measures were no different than 5-min HRV measures. The paper is free open-access at the link below.

Monitoring Ultra-Short Heart Rate Variability and Heart Rate-Running Speed Index in an Elite Soccer Player: A Case Study

Case study HRV RSI

https://sportperfsci.com/monitoring-ultra-short-heart-rate-variability-and-heart-rate-running-speed-index-in-an-elite-soccer-player-a-case-study/

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