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Gareth Hall is the Co-Founder and Head of Athletic Development and Performance at Sport981, a UK-based organization dedicated to developing progressive training strategies and supporting high-performance.
Here he is sharing his insights about athlete monitoring and how it affects your winning potential.
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A key component in managing the training process is to monitor the effectiveness of prescribed doses of stress in the cardiac system over time. The level of stress in the cardiac system determines its Readiness for upcoming training loads. A state of excessive stress (fatigue) can be caused by prolonged and improper management of training loads.
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Reference: Fomin, R. N., Nasedkin, V. V. Windows of Trainability™: the Professional Coach’s Handbook” (2014)
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As recovery research is a relatively new area for scientists, many of the current recommendations are general guidelines only. It is important that athletes experiment with a variety of strategies and approaches to identify the recovery options that work best for each individual. However, it is known that optimal recovery from training and competition may provide numerous benefits for athlete performance. Recovery strategies such as hydrotherapy, low-intensity active recovery, massage, compression garments, stretching or various combinations of these methods may have merit as recovery-enhancing strategies. Importance should also be placed on optimal post-exercise nutrition and adequate sleep to maximize recovery and reduce fatigue from exercise.

Reference: S.L.Halson (2013). Recovery Techniques for Athletes.

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Adequate recovery has been shown to result in the restoration of physiological and psychological processes so that the athlete can compete or train again at an appropriate level. Recovery from training and competition is complex and typically dependent on the nature of the exercise performed and any other outside stressors. Athletic performance is affected by numerous aspects and therefore, adequate recovery should also consider such factors.

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Why does EVERY athlete need to measure DC potential?! Therefore we assess DC-EEG (Direct Current Potential of the brain). Credit: Roman Fomin

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Today we present the final part of practical considerations in terms of overtraining.

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Beware of overtraining and take into consideration these practical tips - part 2! (Find part 1 in our post from yesterday).

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Preventing overtraining syndrome in sports - part 1. Stay tuned for parts 2 and 3!

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Gareth Hall @Sport981 is sharing his insights about athlete monitoring and how it affects your winning potential.
Check out the full educational video at our YouTube and contact us if you have any questions: https://t.co/EXapBp4wcq

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A key component in managing the training process is to monitor the effectiveness of prescribed doses of stress in the cardiac system over time.
Reference: Fomin, R. N., Nasedkin, V. V. Windows of Trainability™: the Professional Coach’s Handbook” (2014)
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It is known that optimal recovery from training and competition may provide numerous benefits for athlete performance.

Reference: S.L.Halson (2013). Recovery Techniques for Athletes.

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Adequate recovery has been shown to result in the restoration of physiological and psychological processes so that the athlete can compete or train again at an appropriate level.
Reference: S.L.Halson (2013). Recovery Techniques for Athletes.

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How does @ErikKorem use @Omegawave to assess the readiness of his athletes? What makes HRV and DC potential so vital to to this process?

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Why does EVERY athlete need to measure DC potential?! Therefore we assess DC-EEG (Direct Current Potential of the brain). Credit: @Fomin_UFC

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