Podcast/ Jay Dicharry: Developing Athleticism and Functional Fitness For Better Endurance… goo.gl/fb/U86YUp
SweetBeatLife is a new and improved clinical-grade app that measures heart rate variability (HRV) to dial in your health and fitness by giving a holistic measure of your stress levels and overall health and well-being. It’s easy to monitor: High HRV is associated with better health and fitness, while low HRV is linked to burnout, fatigue, decrease in performance, etc. Athletes can use HRV to guide training by knowing when to push hard or when it’s time to take an easy recovery day. It can also prevent overtraining, detect conditions such as adrenal fatigue, and more.
“I take my HRV every morning when I wake up to track the ‘state’ of my body, and that helps guide what I’ll do for training and more,” says host Tawnee Prazak, MS, CSCS. “I am now so much better at monitoring my stress, knowing what my ‘stress triggers’ are, and, decreasing stress. As a result, I’ve been able to get the best out of myself — whether in sport, or in my job, or in life — ever since I started using SweetBeatLife.”
HRV readings used to be exclusive to lab settings, but now you can get it easily on your phone or device with SweetBeatLife. In addition to tracking stress, the app also monitors rest/recovery status, heart rate (and resting heart rate), weight, steps, calories burned, and much more.
Highlights of SweetBeatLife:
-Compatible with most Bluetooth heart rate monitors and other devices
-Ditch the heart rate monitor and try the new less invasive HealthPatch, which sticks to the skin and uses advanced biosensor technology to gather biometrics and data
-Includes HRV readings plus a separate gauge of stress!
-Athletes in training can monitor recovery, prevent overtraining and perform to their potential
-Easy-to-read graphs, data and stats for the ultimate health tracking (you don’t have to be a scientist to understand it!)
-Keeps a history of all your HRV readings to monitor trends of stress and more
-Offers food sensitivity testing
-Integrates and correlates data with popular fitness platforms like MapMyFitness, Fitbit and Withings.
-Includes instructions and detailed explanations on HRV and stress for better understanding
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