Taking the Next Step: Adaptive Training Plans

The data is fantastic, but what do I do next? That question—how to turn static information into dynamic action—regularly arose during trials of the earliest versions of Omegawave’s Individual application. Motivated to provide training solutions instead of isolated measurements, our research science team first responded by developing Omegawave’s innovative Windows of Trainability™ approach, offering athletes … weiterlesenTaking the Next Step: Adaptive Training Plans

ALLOUT Performance: Making Better Decisions

Based in Germany, ALLOUT Performance’s team of coaches, scientists and medical personal specialize in organizing the training process for a broad range of clubs and sports federations. Going beyond a standard consulting role, ALLOUT places a full-time performance coach with each of their member teams, a roster that currently includes the German Olympic Committee, the … weiterlesenALLOUT Performance: Making Better Decisions

Make it Cool: Fred Eaves on Technology & Training the Multi-Sport Athlete

No doubt about it—Battleground Academy is a unique place. Not only can the Tennessee-based institution trace its roots to the late nineteenth century, not only does the K-12 school employ an award-winning, full-time strength and conditioning coach (NSCA 2015 High School Strength Coach of the Year Fred Eaves), but in this age of club teams, … weiterlesenMake it Cool: Fred Eaves on Technology & Training the Multi-Sport Athlete

Maximum Intensity: Talking Série A & CNS with Corinthians’ Bruno Mazziotti

Success is nothing new for SC Corinthians Paulista: formed over a century ago, the elite soccer club has claimed the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A title six times since 1990. Still, playing in one of the world’s most grueling and competitive league, success never comes easy—after rival club Cruzeiro earned back-to-back league titles in 2013 & … weiterlesenMaximum Intensity: Talking Série A & CNS with Corinthians’ Bruno Mazziotti

“Hertha Assesses Athletes With Fitness App”

Inspired by the recent success of Hertha BSC in Germany’s Bundesliga, BILD published a window into the team’s newfound “secret” to improved fitness: technology is the key. Speaking about the club’s forward-thinking approach to managing its athletes’ recovery and overall fitness, Hertha’s coach Michael Preetz told BILD “Previously, in this area we missed a lot of potential. … weiterlesen“Hertha Assesses Athletes With Fitness App”

Mapping & Accelerating Recovery with Omegawave: HRV (Part 1)

The Omegawave is an excellent way to monitor training—as a matter of fact, it is one of the few methods that really makes sense, since it takes multiple physiological systems into account. Omegawave can also be used to test recovery measures. There is, first of all, the natural recovery that comes purely as a function … weiterlesenMapping & Accelerating Recovery with Omegawave: HRV (Part 1)

Regulation & Adaptation

Let me try to explain some of the more basic concepts about biological regulation as it relates to adaptation and the use of Omegawave. The body is a dynamic system, consisting of many subsystems at different levels. This includes various organs and physiological systems, such as the cardiorespiratory system, neuromuscular system, endocrine system (glands) and … weiterlesenRegulation & Adaptation

The Basics: An Interview With Canada Basketball’s Charlie Weingroff

Playing in this past July’s Pan Am Games, the Canadian Men’s National Basketball Team proved the program’s depth and quality by pulling off a dramatic, overtime victory over the United States and winning silver in Toronto, the team’s first ever Pan Am medal. Building off that momentum, this month Team Canada begins preparations for the … weiterlesenThe Basics: An Interview With Canada Basketball’s Charlie Weingroff