As more devices are able to collect high-quality Heart Rate Variability (HRV) data during the night, a few questions come up:
In this post, I will try to answer these questions and show data that should clarify a few important aspects. In the process, we’ll have to debunk some common misconceptions.
Our work on HRV and altitude adaptation in elite triathletes is available on Sport Performance and Science Reports, at this link. This work is based on my thesis, and was carried out in collaboration with the Dutch Triathlon Federation and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
I hope you will find it interesting
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Changes in resting physiology, sleep, training, and perceived stress during the first 6 months of the pandemic
Last week I ran a survey on Twitter, which was triggered by seeing the data below: reduced resting heart rate during the first 6 months of the pandemic when analyzing HRV4Training data. The data shows a trend that is the opposite of what most of us would have expected.
In this post, I’ll go over the data in more detail, covering changes in resting physiology, sleep, training, and perceived stress in the first 6 months of the pandemic.
Read the full story, here.
Founder of HRV4Training, Advisor @Oura , Guest Lecturer @VUamsterdam , Editor @ieeepervasive. PhD Data Science, 2x MSc: Sport Science, Computer Science Engineering. Runner