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, … Read more

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 … Read more

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 … Read more

Interview With Andrey Kozlov: On Training WBA Champion Denis Lebedev

We had a quick talk with Andrey Kozlov, a physical and functional training and physical rehabilitation coach, who uses Omegawave in training top athletes like WBA Champions Denis Lebedev and Alexander Povetkin. On December 17th, 2012 Denis Lebedev beat Santander Silgado with a knockout to defend his Cruiserweight title. Here’s what Andrey had to say … Read more

Athlete Preparedness In The NFL

A Guest Post by Jeff Fish.  In the National Football League there are many moving parts to organize a team into being at its best for competition. There are brilliant position coaches and coordinators who push the boundaries of preparing schemes to outmatch their opponents, and every year there seems to be the next new … Read more

Champion Triathlete Magnus Lönnqvist On Individualization Of Training

We are joined by a Finnish triathlon legend, Magnus Lönnqvist, for a quick interview. He shares his personal experiences about individualization of training and how to incorporate Omegawave in it. Omegawave: What does individualization of training mean for triathletes? Magnus: Back in the old days your training was built on a maxi-perspective where you had … Read more

Overreaching & Overtraining: What They Are & How To Avoid Them

How relevant is overreaching and overtraining for athletes? Overreaching and overtraining are a regularly occurring problem in the world of sports. An athlete in the state of overreaching or overtraining cannot achieve optimal performance, and is more susceptible to illness and injury. In the state of overreaching, the adaptation capacity to training load is decreased. … Read more

Omegawave: A Step Towards The Holy Grail In Sports Training

When I started to work with the Omegawave technology, I understood that this is the tool, the holy grail, that we as coaches have been waiting for. One of the pillars of success in sports is the optimisation of the training of our athletes or players. Optimisation simply means: the adjustment of the daily training load (the … Read more

The Foundations Of Omegawave

The developers for Omegawave technology were former athletes themselves. When our duties as athletes were finished in the former Soviet Union, different developers became different professionals in the sport machine.  I was more in a position of a coach. Other partners were in positions of sport scientists where they used conventional approach to testing of … Read more