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Omegawave  We measure how you recover.


If you happen to own a copy of this book, make sure to read the chapter on Omegawave.

Perfect day in Finland for outdoor skating and ice hockey.

„Event-related brain potentials [i.e. #dcpotential] are especially well suited for identifying aspects of cognition (...)” #protectyourtalent #omegawave

Busy week for us in Asia. Here you can see @omegawave 's Val Nasedkin teaching the coaches of China's national rowing and canoeing associations on training methodology and how to use Omegawave for better decision making.

„Elite level athletes have higher parasympathetic tone.“ Positive and chronic adaptation or a sign of fatigue, or maybe a mix of both? 🤔 @dukeuniversity #themoreyouknow #omegawave #trainthetrainability

@outsidemagazine article about how the US Olympic Team is using technology to improve performance. "The team has seen a 30 percent reduction in days lost to injury or illness." Smart training matters!

The Japanese football leagues are about to start soon and all teams are in the final stages of pre-season. We had a great time visiting many of them and talking about training management and athlete readiness.

Testing with @robertheiduk the physiological changes imposed by a #kaatsu intervention. Mainly we observed a positive upward shift in #dcpotential. #omegawave #appliedscience

Some people have asked why is there an electrode placed on one hand in our DC measurement even though we are measuring the super slow brain activity. The reason is this particular protocol was proven in 1982 by prof. Iluchina from the Institute of Human Brain in St Petersburg, Russia. Basically, to register DC potential you need at least two electrodes: active one- placed at vertex or frontal lobe, and a reference one - placed on a distant part of the body (so could be on the leg too). The measured signal is the difference in potential between the active and the reference electrode. It is assumed, that potentials at each point will influence registered signal with the same strength, but in different direction. Therefore, the best is to have a reference, which potential will have minimal influence on brain signal registered under active electrode. The thenar is such a reference point.

Check out this new interview on Japanese online media magazine Footballista. Link in bio.

@sprinttitalli swimmer @liukkonenap using @omegawave readiness monitoring to help him plan better at the winter training camp in Thailand.

We must first understand correctly the terminology we use in conversations. Without shared terminology, there's no effective communication. Preparedness and readiness are not synonyms.
You can listen to Val Nasedkin talk about these terms in @cvasps podcast. Link in bio.

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