Gotcha !, Thanks Howie !
"Also, if you have a relatively high HRV score, it's recommended to take the measurement seated opposed to supine as it will show greater variability. "
This is intresting, thanks for the info! What would be considered a relatively high HRV score and thus indicate that a seated measurement is preferable?
Thanks for the info Howie :)
Sometimes the bioforce hrv would have me in the green (10) and ready to go despite feeling overtraining symptoms...I have been hitting 90%+ on the powerlifts along with high volume sets for the past 2 weeks and now entering the 3rd week im feeling overtrained and rundown...but im getting ready readings as if i just came off a deload.
The only time ive ever been in amber is when i dont get enough sleep. What would be a good explanation for the above scenario?