by Matthias Neuner

September 13, 2016

Wearables to prepare for IronMan 2016 Hawaii

On October 8th, about 2000 athletes will embark on a 140.6-mile journey that presents the ultimate test of body, mind and spirit. The winner will earn the title of IRONMAN of Hawaii. With 2.4 miles of swimming, 112 miles of cycling and 26.2 miles of running, this competition is the oldest and toughest triathlon. For […]

by My Nguyen

September 12, 2016

Interview with Anna Nykänen about PulseOn – Your Partner for Highest Quality Optical Heart Rate Wearable

Although PulseOn – a Finnish company was founded in 2012, PulseOn has over 50 years of OHR research and development expertise and various pending patents for algorithms and device design. Their constant development of technology toward higher heart rate accuracy, reliability and power optimization offers customers the highest quality solutions for today and the future. […]

by Matthias Neuner

September 9, 2016

Wearables for faster muscle recovery

For common day consumers, wearables are thought of as fitness trackers that improve performance. However, wearable devices are gaining traction in the area of injury prevention and recovery. Spending hours of training, day in and day out, might actually stall your progress. Recovery is an essential part of any strength and conditioning program. Most coaches […]

by Matthias Neuner

September 1, 2016

Wearables for Icehockey

Hockey is one of the fastest sports in the world. Wearable tech innovations are used to collect data for further analytics. But, hockey still hasn´t caught on to the technology boom that is changing the way teams track their players’ progress (like in football). However, this is changing as new wearable devices are being released […]