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Heart Rate Variability in College Football Players throughout Preseason Camp in the Heat

Here’s a quick look at our latest study examining cardiac-autonomic responses to preseason camp in the heat among college football players. The free full text can be accessed here: Heart rate variability in college football players throughout preseason camp in … Continue reading

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Revisiting 60-s HRV recordings vs. Criterion in athletes

I’ve recently had the pleasure of peer-reviewing a few very well-written and carried out studies investigating duration requirements for stabilization preceding HRV recordings by different research groups. I look forward to seeing the published versions as the quality of the … Continue reading

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HRV and Wellness responses to overload and taper in sprint-swimmers

Here’s a brief overview of our latest study capturing daily HRV and wellness ratings throughout overload and tapering in collegiate sprint swimmers preceding a championships competition. The majority of research in the area has primarily focused on endurance athletes. It’s … Continue reading

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Is a 60 second HRV measurement sufficient for valid assessment?

When I first moved out to Auburn to work on some HRV projects, I fully expected to jump right into some training study’s where we’d have team’s use an HRV app and start collecting data. I realized pretty quickly that … Continue reading

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HRV Recording Methodology: Stabilization

Smart phone app’s and other field tools have made HRV data collection relatively simple and affordable for coaches, athletes and recreational lifters. However, the shortened recording methodology utilized by these devices requires validation. Standardized guidelines recommend that short-term (i.e., 5-min) … Continue reading

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