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Correlation between HRV, sRPE and subjective fatigue in athletes

Today I will review the research I’ve read that investigates the relationship between perceived exertion ratings of a workout session (sRPE), subjective levels of fatigue and HRV in effort to examine the usefulness of HRV in reflecting training load in athletic populations. … Continue reading

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HRV Values: Indications of Training Readiness

In my recent articles on HRV in Team Sports, I discussed the idea of having our athletes report to pre-season camp with favorable autonomic profiles prior to the initiation of intensive training. The goal of this being to enhance adaptation … Continue reading

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HRV response to perceived training load – Observations from 2.5 months of data

About two months ago the new version of iThlete was released with some really cool new features. These new features included; The ability to rate your sleep on a score of 1-5 A comment section that allows you to make … Continue reading

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