With the holidays rapidly approaching, there's still enough time to pick up a gift for the sports tech fans - just grab one of these great books from the svexa team!
"The Genome Odyssey: Medical Mysteries and the Incredible Quest to Solve Them" by Dr Euan Ashley. The book brings the breakthroughs of precision medicine to vivid life through the real diagnostic journeys of Euan's patients and the tireless efforts of his fellow doctors and scientists as they hunt to prevent, predict, and beat disease.
“Pulsträning” (Swedish) by Filip Larsen and Mikael Mattsson. With HR training, you can train smarter, based on your own level and based on your personal goals. With the pulse as a coach, your training becomes more varied, more efficient and you get a positive development of your condition. In this book you learn how the heart works, what a fantastic tool the pulse is and how you can achieve different effects of your training by using different loads and heart rate zones.
“Habits 2.0. How to change your life without willpower” (Spanish) by Iñaki de la Parra. The book is a condensed guide on how to introduce positive habits into your life, that will ultimately be responsible for all the changes and the enjoyment (or not) of everyday life - whether it's sport or business or other pursuits. Iñaki tells you in a pragmatic way how to tackle this change in planning, to turn your dreams into goals and then into habits for everyday success. Whether you're a recreational athlete aiming for your first 5k or a seasoned professional, Iñaki's insights can help you build the lasting habits you need.
“Aerobic Fitness & Endurance ” (Swedish) by Mikael Mattsson and Filip Larsen. This book is a compilation and interpretation of the knowledge we have about physiology and exercise theory. It describes a number of factors and situations linked to training, performance, development and health. The book guides those who plan or carry out the training to choose the right approach for level and ambition. It also addresses recovery, injuries, other risk factors and nutrition, which have a direct bearing on cardio training, whether it is about winning the Olympics or training for health and a long active life..
“Training Planning” (Swedish) by Mikael Mattsson. Being an elite athlete today often means balancing on the limit of what your body and psyche can handle. In that context, well-thought-out training and competition planning is a must in order to succeed and stay 'on the right side of the line.' Regardless of whether the training is focused on competition performance or simple health benefits, it is most effective if it gives the greatest possible results with the least possible time and energy. It is therefore important from both a health and performance aspect that knowledge about exercise planning is based on a combination of science and real experience..