Road to Kona: Part I, By Jens Dahlman

My name is Jens Dahlman. I’m 33 years old. I’m a husband and a father. I’m a pilot. I’m an athlete. I am an ironman. This is the story of my road to the 2013 Ironman World Championships in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. “A goal is a dream with a plan.” — Chris McCormack, 2-time Ironman World Champion The […]

10 Years of Using Omegawave: My Experiences, by Mark McLaughlin

Physical Preparation Coach and Consultant Mark McLaughlin shares his experiences with using Omegawave’s technology over the last ten years. The article was originally published on the Performance Training Center blog. I got into training athletes because I was reading about a lot of catastrophic injuries in local high school T&F athletes. These injuries included a broken […]

Interview with Sindre Buraas: Aiming at the Moscow World Championships

Sindre’s primary sport is 5000m run, in which he is the U23 European Champion from Ostrava 2011, and has an amazing personal record of 13:28,07. He has run professionally since 2008, and has used Omegawave Pro to support his training decisions for some time now. Hi Sindre, and thank you for the interview! Could you […]

Flexible Planning For Adaptation

A Guest Post by Jeff Fish. The general task of most strength training professionals is to build programs that produce results within the timeframes given by the sport calendar. There are some time periods that are limiting and non-negotiable and planning has to be geared around these dates. These dates can correspond to periods of […]

Ironman Relies On Omegawave

Triathlete and ironman Erwin Orthaber (39) started using Omegawave in January 2013. He spends the first months of the year building up his basic fitness level and preparing for the summer and fall competitions. During this time Omegawave acts as a coach supporting his workout programs. “I’m looking forward to using Omegawave at the training […]

Athlete Assessment: From Subjective To Objective

The essence of athlete management is adjusting the daily training load to the actual status of the athlete. This can hardly be any news for us coaches. We know the daily training load, because that is what we put on paper; our training program over which we have total control. But the missing link is […]

Omegawave Brings New Motivation For Training

“Omegawave has brought an analytical approach to track my body and health,” says triathlete Tommi Holmgren. As an aspiring entrepreneur and family man from Espoo, Tommy Holmgren (33) is a beta tester of Omegawave’s device. He has made measurements for three months as a part of his daily workout routine. After only a short testing […]

Omegawave World Triathlon San Diego Event Recap

The second installment of the ITU World Triathlon Series landed in San Diego, California from the 17th to 20th of April, and we were there sharing the atmosphere and sheer excitement of the race week with elites and age groupers alike. Over 1500 age group athletes participated in the Olympic distance triathlon and the aquabike, […]

Accounting For All Forms Of Stress

A Guest Post by Jeff Fish. We don’t have to look far to find an article or a report on stress and its influence on the human body. In today’s world there are many resources that provide statistics and suggestions on stress and how to manage it. In most of these articles the subject of […]

The Importance Of Proper Acclimation Periods

A Guest Post by Jeff Fish. In all sports there are periods of time that take athletes away from consistent training. These periods can occur under many circumstances such as long weekend breaks, extended holiday periods, school or university schedules/dead periods, and in professional ranks, time away after the season and after off-season training. Many […]