Physical activity raises the athlete’s core body temperature while simultaneously reducing physical performance. If the body is overheated, it raises the danger of heat stress. To prevent this, triathlete Gustav Iden uses CORE – with a new course record in the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii to show for it.
Ironman competitions really teach triathletes how to deal with heat. Tropical temperatures and intense sunshine make thermal regulation of the body even harder when athletes are giving it their all. The answer, once again: training is everything! As sports scientists have long been aware, acclimatization through precision heat training can protect against heat stress.
Ironman champion Gustav Iden and the Norwegian triathlon team trust in methodical, data-driven training, which is why they use CORE. The CORE Monitor continuously collects data from every training session. Combined with other key metrics, this stored data offers precise information on critical thresholds and long-term trends for optimal speed strategies.
Continuous monitoring for optimal thermal regulation with the CORE Monitor.
The CORE Monitor is a compact wearable with integrated caleragt sensor technology, specifically developed to aid performance in elite sports.
CORE supplies real-time data, transferring it to the user’s choice of linked device. This data is synchronized with the CORE app and stored in the CORE cloud.
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