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 … Read moreTurning Pro: An Interview with Elmar Engholm

Growth & Trust: Olympic Heptathlete Jessica Zelinka

“My favorite part about it was that even though I had strengths and advantages in certain events, I still loved the challenge of trying to improve in all the others, and also that you always get three chances in long jump or three shots, so you can always try to do better on your next … Read moreGrowth & Trust: Olympic Heptathlete Jessica Zelinka

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 … Read moreTaking the Next Step: Adaptive Training Plans

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 … Read moreInterview with Sindre Buraas: Aiming at the Moscow World Championships