How can you train more efficiently instead of overtraining and risking injury?

Twin Cities Orthopedics May Tip #7: How can you train more efficiently instead of overtraining and risking injury?

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Dr. Meredith Butulis instructs a class at the Cathedral Dance Festival. Photo by Matt Blewett/MN Dance News

Heart rate variability (HRV) measures the space between heartbeats. HRV monitors are different than heart rate monitors. The HRV score allows athletes to know when to go high intensity and do low-intensity recovery workouts.

Twin Cities Orthopedics’ Dance Medicine division is currently accepting dancers into their Summer 2018 HRV Dance cohort.

Dancers receive 12 training sessions as well as fitness scores so they see individual improvements and areas to continue developing. The TCO-sponsored program provides use of the monitors and training supervision without cost to the enrolled dancers.

E-mail SpecialtyPrograms@TCOmn.com for information – make sure to tell them you heard about the group from Minnesota Dance News and tell them thank you for supporting dance in Minnesota.

Check out the rest of the May Tips from the Pros:

This article was written by Twin Cities Orthopedics’ Dance Medicine providers for educational purposes. It is not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent any medical condition.

To learn more about Twin Cities Orthopedics and our Dance Medicine services, visit TCOmn.com/Blog and Follow us on FacebookInstagram and Twitter. For questions related to Dance Medicine, contact SpecialtyPrograms@TCOmn.com.

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