My name is Andrew Flatt and I am an Assistant Professor and Sports Medicine Graduate Program Director at Georgia Southern University. I have a PhD in Human Performance from the University of Alabama where I worked with football, swimming and soccer. I have an extensive athletic background including hockey, rugby, collegiate football and raw powerlifting. I am interested in all aspects of sports science however my research interest pertains to heart rate variability and its application to monitoring training status in athletes.

A listing of my research publications can be viewed here.

Twitter: @andrew_flatt

E-mal contact: hrvtraining@gmail.com

5 Responses to About

  1. I really like your blog, thanks for sharing your thoughts and ideas on HRV and training!

  2. Ciao Andrew , very interesting. I found this presentation of a HRV method. I put its link in website because there is no possibility in reply. What do you think about it.

  3. Clint Horinek says:

    Andrew, i really enjoy your site. So many options out there for HRV etc. omegawave, bioforce, Whoop etc. I’m a powerlifter/CrossFitter that just competes on the local level. Which device is the absolute best for tracking? Thanks!

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