Heart rate variability (HRV), or the variation in time between consecutive heartbeats, is increasingly becoming a hot topic in the fitness community.
HRV can be an integral component to building a complete training program, especially for trainers looking to monitor and improve their clients' sleep, performance, recovery, and overall health.
Join NASM Master Instructors Prentiss Rhodes and Kyle Stull, along with Kevin Longoria, Chief Science Officer for Biostrap, for this exclusive 3-part webinar series.
• Key metrics to measure and interpret heart rate variability (HRV) utilizing technology
• How to use HRV data to guide your training programs and support recovery
• Various methods to help your clients improve their heart rate variability