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Description

The only scientifically validated HRV app that doesn't require an external sensor. HRV4Training helps you optimize your goals and prevent overtraining by measuring your Heart Rate Variability and providing tailored feedback on your physical condition. HRV4Training does not require a heart rate monitor, since it can accurately assess your HRV using the phone's camera.

HRV4Training also works with Apple Watch and all compatible Bluetooth SMART sensors.

HRV4Training is also the first app that goes beyond simple measurements and provides insights on:
1) acute or day to day HRV changes in response to different stressors (alcohol, travel, sick days, training, menstruation, etc.)
2) long term multi-parameter trends to look at the big picture
3) correlations between physiological measurements and annotations
4) training load analysis, fitness, fatigue, readiness to perform and injury risk
5) VO2max estimation for runners linking the app to Strava or TrainingPeaks and using a heart rate monitor during their workouts
6) Training Polarization analysis (or 80/20)
7) Lactate Threshold Estimation for runners linking the app to Strava or TrainingPeaks and using a heart rate monitor during their workouts
8) Weekly and monthly summaries to track progress.

All data is processed inside the app in order to provide you with actionable interpretations that can help optimizing your training plan and performance.

Supported devices for the camera measurement: iPhones 5, 5S, 6, 6S, 6+, 6S+, SE, 7, 7+, 8, 8+, X, XS, XS Max, XR

Currently unsupported devices for the camera measurement: iPhones 4S, iPads and iPods - These devices require a chest strap.

Other features:
- HRV-based advice helps you to adapt your trainings based on objective measures of recovery
- TAGS: lets you tag your sleep, mental energy, muscle fatigue, stress and all other parameters that can help you understand what is influencing your physical condition and physiological stress
- Works with Bluetooth SMART heart rate monitors (a Polar H7 is recommended) or simply your phone's Camera
- Integrates with the Health app (writes heart rate, and sleep, read sleep time)
- Configurable test (single or orthostatic, choose test duration between 1, 3 or 5 minutes)
- Extracts and stores the following features while lying down and/or standing: heart rate, mean of beat-to-beat intervals (AVNN), standard deviation of beat-to-beat intervals (SDNN), square root of the mean squared difference of successive R-Rs (rMSSD), number of pairs of successive R-Rs that differ by more than 50 ms (pNN50), low frequency power (LF, 0.04-0.15 Hz), high frequency power (HF, 0.15-0.40 Hz)
- Shows the PPG signal view to ensure signal quality during the test if the camera is used instead of a bluetooth SMART sensor
- HRV4T Recovery Points to provide a single, straightforward metric to analyze your physical condition
- Population summaries and people like you comparisons to put your data into perspective
- Analysis of compliance and consistency
- Data export via email or Dropbox
- Integrates with TrainingPeaks, SportTracks, Genetrainer and Strava

More details on HRV and app usage are available here:
http://www.hrv4training.com/quickstart-guide.html

More details on HRV using the phone's camera are available here:
http://www.hrv4training.com/blog/heart-rate-variability-using-the-phones-camera

HRV4Training requires to register an account with your email address, so that your data can be backed up safely and retrieved in case anything happens (app issue, changing phone, etc.).

Nouveautés

Version 7.3.9

* Added relative effort under HRV trends
* Sleep segments are now grouped when read from Health
* Vo2max algorithms improvements
* Weight read by Health will update your weight in the app
* Other minor fixes and improvements

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If you like the updates, please take a few minutes to the review the app. It makes a difference. Thanks!

For any issues, contact: hello@HRV4Training.com

p.s. let us know if you'd like to experiment more. Happy to send you Camera HRV for free.

Cheers,
Marco & Ale

Notes et avis

3.8 sur 5
11 notes
11 notes
Toine072 ,

Ultra complet

Cette app est plutôt incroyable : de toutes les apps de contrôle de la variabilité du rythme cardiaque que j'ai pu tester, elle est à la fois la plus complète et la plus accessible (le prix de 11 euros n'est à payer qu'une fois... Pas comme les abonnements annuels à 80 euros de certains concurrents).
Pas de fausse publicité non plus ! Les données sont scientifiquement mesurées et analysées lorsque cela est possible (l'app attend par exemple plusieurs jours / semaines pour proposer certaines analyses, afin d'être précise ! Cela change aussi des mesures "immédiates" à effet commercial que l'on trouve ailleurs).
Enfin, l'équipe de dev est disponible et réponds dans la minute à nos questions ! Juste hallucinant de réactivité !

En bref : je recommande vivement !!!

ceol61 ,

Addictif et passionnant !!!

Application très bien faite, et échanges avec les développeurs très rapides en cas de besoin.
Il faut attendre quelques semaines avant de pouvoir accéder à toutes les fonctions d’analyse (l’application a besoin de données pour travailler), et ensuite le champ d’investigation est large.
Dans mon cas l’application récupère automatiquement les entraînements dans TrainingPeaks.
La mesure quotidienne est rapide et facile à faire, elle permet de suivre le pouls au repos et la variabilité cardiaque, à chacun ensuite de découvrir des liens entre les mesures et les renseignements fournis (stress, forme, fatigue, etc ...).
Bref, pour ceux qui s’intéressent un peu au sujet, c’est passionnant, et cette application est précieuse !!!

maxomini ,

appli peut-être complète mais déçu

bien trop cher, les développeurs ne se donnent pas la peine de traduire en français en m’oblige à utiliser google traduction, c’est une application à 11€, faudrait quand même pas pousser, où est la complication watch?

pour le moment peu de données exploitable, en espérant qu’avec le temps elle finira par devenir indispensable, pour le prix c’est un minimum.

le prix ne se justifie pas, sachant que l’watch mesure la HRV via l’appli respirer.

déçu de cet achat, le développeur fait un effort pour vendre sur l’appstore france, la moindre des choses c’est qu’elle soit traduite, j’ai fait l’effort de la lui payer (trop cher)...

Réponse du développeur ,

hi there, sorry to hear about the trouble. However, it is clearly written on the store, before buying the app, that we do not support French at this stage. No need to buy it if you do not think an app in English can be useful to you, but also no point complaining as it was clearly stated in the Apple Store. Please note that the Apple watch cannot be used for reliable and contextualized HRV measurement, as we clearly explain here: https://medium.com/@marco_alt/on-heart-rate-variability-and-the-apple-watch-24f50e8e7bc0 - if you have the time, please read the blog post, it will make many more details related to heart rate variability measurement and analysis more clear, and will help you make the most of the app. I hope with time you will find it useful, as we will try to keep extending our translations as we have done so far with a few of them. It is unfortunately impossible for a small team to translate the app in all available languages, and we hope you can make use of it even in English, and learn something more about your physiology, without insulting our work here. Thank you and have a good week - Marco

Informations

Vendeur
A.S.M.A. B.V.
Taille
27.2 Mo
Catégorie
Forme et santé
Compatibilité
Nécessite iOS 8.0 ou une version ultérieure. Compatible avec l’iPhone, l’iPad et l’iPod touch.
Langues
Anglais, Espagnol, Italien
Âge
Classé 4+
Copyright
© Marco Altini 2013
Prix
10,99 €

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    Jusqu’à six membres de la famille peuvent utiliser cette app lorsque le partage familial est activé.

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