We make you wear things
Wearables and other testing data provide us with frequent measurements on your performance and recovery. They give us information on whether your training is effective for optimizing your health and performance.
Examples of What We Track
HRV (Heart Rate Variability)
Short for Heart Rate Variability, HRV can help measure the Autonomic Nervous System. This system is responsible for digestion, respiration, and other passive functions of the nervous system. Capturing HRV can help predict sickness, can help explain chronic fatigue, and helps HALE assess how you are reacting to the stress of your life.
Sleep tracking with our wearable devices monitors sleep cycles, sleep stages and quantity of sleep.
In order to provide a plan that is personal to you, HALE captures the unique information of what makes you, you. We measure RHR (resting heart rate) and use weight, height, age and other physical metrics to gauge BMR (basal metabolic rate), AMR (active metabolic rate), body fat percentage and VO2 Max. With more information, HALE can begin to piece your performance puzzle together.