HRV Fit Ltd. are pleased to announce we will be exhibiting at this year’s Triathlon Show.
The Triathlon Show, 1st to 3rd March 2013 at Sandown Park, London
One of the most popular events of the year the Triathlon Show has been impressing triathletes since 2002 and this year will be no different. Athletes can participate in workshops, activities (including 10km run & SwimZone), seminars and much more!
The ithlete Stand
Come along and see us at Stand K39 for discounted event pricing, a great prize draw, the opportunity to measure your heart rate variability and much more!
We will also be launching a new product at the show (news to follow!). There is limited stock available so to ensure you don’t miss out come and see us at The Triathlon Show.
Exclusive Prize Draw
Throughout the event we will be running a prize draw. Drop by and leave your email address for the chance to win a complete HRV & HRM monitoring kit, including a Cardiosport Biovest (pictured), chest strap monitor and both the HRV Fit apps. There will also free copies of ithlete, for Android or iOS, for 3 runner ups!
Heart Rate Variability Seminar
HRV Fit Ltd.’s own Simon Wegerif will be hosting a seminar at 11.30am on Sunday 3rd March in the Triathlon Show Theatre.
Triathlon is by its very nature a demanding sport, and triathletes combat fatigue on an almost daily basis. So how do you know when to train and when to rest?
Simon will be explaining the concept and scientific credibility of heart rate variability (HRV) as the indispensable training aid as well as taking a look at how athletes of all levels can build HRV into their training programmes
Here’s a sneak peek…
Recently, research papers have been published which show the dramatic impact of overtraining in triathletes on HRV, and how this technique could be used to prevent overtraining. Other papers have shown a very strong relation between HRV and performance in elite swimmers. The use of HRV analysis was previously confined to a few elite athletes who had access to expensive equipment that had to be used by trained technicians. But during the last 3 years, HRV analysis has become available on the mobile phone, and is gaining respect as an objective way to measure the body’s level of accumulated fatigue and therefore the athlete’s readiness to train and compete.
The talk will summarise these findings in a way that is accessible for regular as well as elite athletes, and will give practical advice on how to use HRV to optimise your training.
Don’t forget to stop by!
1st – 3rd March, Sandown Park, Stand K39!
There is more information available about the show itself, including travel advice, available here.