ELPA PARTNERS WITH HRV4TRAINING

Sep 29, 2020 | Home News, News

One of ELPA’s objectives is to provide its members services that help them maximise and prolong their careers.

Therefore, ELPA and HRV4Training are announcing a multi-year deal that will allow our ELPA members to benefit from a tool which measures their heart rate variability (HRV), and provides a detailed analysis of how their bodies react to their stress levels during the season. HRV4Training app will be used to monitor physiological responses to a busy schedule made of frequent games, traveling and all that elite sport such as professional basketball encompasses.

“We continuously seek for ways to help our members take advantage of newly accessible technologies for professional athletes, such as HRV4Training. Especially in current climate players need to understand how their bodies react to various intense moments that happen during the season. Mastering that understanding will help them to better control the stress and it can therefore prolong and enhance their careers.”
– Bostjan Nachbar, Managing Director, ELPA

About HRV4Training : HRV4Training is a science-based mobile platform that provides Heart Rate Variability (HRV) based insights to help you quantify stress, better balance training and lifestyle, and improve performance. Trusted by more than 100 000, from recreational to Olympic athletes, HRV4Training does not require a heart rate monitor since it is the only validated app in the market that can assess HRV using only the smartphone’s camera.

 

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