Omegawave Coach+ Data Export

Export the data of selected players or all of them. Integrate chosen data points into other systems to get the full picture of whether you athletes are recovered and ready to perform.   Index decription The following chart is meant to help finding the correct index names in the dowloaded .csv file. We will improve […]

Pre-empting severe cardiac issues with Omegawave – A case study

We recently sat down with a client of ours from Oslo, Norway to discuss his quite remarkable experience with Omegawave. This individual currently works in the Norwegian Police force, where he holds an executive position. When it comes to his athletic career, he has been very active from young age. His primary competitive sports were […]

Turning Pro: An Interview with Elmar Engholm

Completing a collegiate career at the University of New Mexico, Swedish middle distance runner Elmar Engholm returned home to Scandinavia this summer and resumed training 3-4 hours a day in order to begin running as a professional. Specializing in the 800 meters, 1500 meters, and steeplechase—events Engholm has raced for his home country at the […]

Taking A Fluid Approach: Gareth Hall of Sport981

[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.] Omegawave: Can you describe a recent example of an athlete or team that has sought your help in addressing specific performance issues? Gareth Hall: With winning margins becoming […]

Formula Training With Tatiana Calderón

Since entering her first karting competition at the age of nine, Tatiana Calderón has been racing. Now twenty-four, the Columbia-born driver trains an average of twenty hours a week as she prepares for her 2017 season as a development driver for the Switzerland-based Sauber F1 Team. Recently, Omegawave had an opportunity to speak with Calderón […]

Outside the Comfort Zone with Roland Laurense

Since opening the doors in 2005, Roland Laurense has spent the past decade operating the Laurense Academy in Amstelveen, the Netherlands. The tennis program primarily serves younger athletes—ranging from high-level players who train daily to less competitive youths learning the fundamentals of the sport—while also maintaining a recreational clientele encompassing all age groups. In order […]

Do No Harm: Peter Lakatos on Training Judokas

Based in Hungary, Peter Lakatos is a strength and conditioning coach whose personal athletic background extends from professional handball to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. As a coach, Lakatos also works mainly with handball players and Judo Olympians, including two top ten competitors from the country, Szabolcs Krizsan and Hedvig Karakas. Omegawave: Why did you first decide to […]

One Step Ahead: MMA Fighter Maxim Grishin

Mixing an effective jab and punishing kicks with a tactical grappling attack, MMA fighter Maxim “Maximus” Grishin stalked and dominated Maxim Futin to score his 11th consecutive victory on June 11th. Shortly after that commanding performance, we had a chance to catch up with the Russian light heavyweight to discuss his training process. Omegawave: Can you […]

On A New Course: Henrika Arle

Toeing the starting line on race day is nothing new for Henrika Arle—the Helsinki-based eCommerce Consultant has competed in everything from standard 5K’s to 10K trail runs to half-marathons. After struggling through a frustrating 2015 (bothered in part by a nagging foot injury), Arle decided to change her training approach, agreeing to test an early […]

On the Ball: Training Energy Supply Systems with SBV Vitesse

Competing in Holland’s Eredivisie—a league that has produced some of the world’s most creative players and includes perennial powerhouses Ajax and PSV Eindhoven—SBV Vitesse has prioritized match fitness and constant innovation in clamping down its current spot in the middle of the standings. Now in his fifth year with the club, football conditioning & performance […]