Tag Archives: Case Study

3 Month HRV and Wellness trends of two D1 Athletes

Below are the HRV trends of two NCAA D1 athletes from a team we’ve been working with over a 3 month period of virtually the same training schedule. The vertical gray bars represent average perceived wellness (9 point scale) The dotted … Continue reading

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Weekly endurance performance and HRV: A case study of a collegiate cross-country athlete

During the fall season of 2013, we collected daily HRV, perceived wellness, training load and performance (race times) from a collegiate cross country runner. We wrote this up as a case study and it was published this month in JASC. … Continue reading

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HRV and Training Cycle Review of Powerlifter with CP

I’ve been continuing to work with Zarius out of our lab here at AUM. I provided a detailed account of his  recent powerlifting meet prep and competition data in this post. Zarius is 22 years old, weighs 120lbs and has … Continue reading

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Monitoring Training in a High School Football Player

Though I’m currently a solid 17 hour drive away from home, I still correspond with several athletes I formerly worked with prior to my relocation. I’ve got a few athletes sending me their ithlete data every week. I finally had … Continue reading

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HRV Case Study of a Powerlifter with Cerebral Palsy Preparing for Competition

Shortly after my relocation to Alabama, I was given the opportunity  to oversee the competition preparation of a young powerlifter who had been training here at the AUM Human Performance Lab under the care of Dr. Mike Esco and his … Continue reading

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Individual HRV Responses In Professional Soccer Players During A Competitive Season

In a team setting environment, athletes are often exposed to similar training loads during practices, training and competition. Monitoring of only the external training load provides coaches with an incomplete picture of how individual athletes may be responding and adapting … Continue reading

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