inCORPUS® measures an athlete's energy capital to assess their physiological condition based on a multidimensional analysis of the HRV. For each trainer, it is the digital tool for remote monitoring of the training of his athletes. For each athlete, it's the diagnostic tool that allows him to stay in shape from a distance.
inCORPUS® offers customized and specific remediations for each shape profile. There are five types of remediation, available exclusively by subscription:
Very good energy profile
Good energy profile
Degraded energy profile without fatigue
Energy profile showing acute fatigue
Energy profile showing severe fatigue becoming chronic
Energy profile showing severe to very severe fatigue
Energy profile showing fatigue with impaired blood pressure control
Fatigued energy profile showing a lack of physical activation
inCORPUS® is the fusion of five converging sciences: medicine, biology, physiology, data science, machine learning and web technology. Below are three determining factors that make inCORPUS® an innovative diagnostic tool.
inCORPUS® is the only Technology to base its analysis on objective information provided by the ortho- and parasympathetic modulations of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) captured in the heart via a heart rate monitor.
inCORPUS® is the only predictive model capable of identifying and predicting fatigue, overtraining risk and even burn out.
inCORPUS® bases its analysis on a protocol that guarantees the reliability of the results. This protocol involves taking measurements in both the lying (supine) and standing positions within 10 minutes of waking up on an empty stomach.
The teams without a winter break (England) have a higher number of injured players, longer and more absences compared to teams with a winter break (other European leagues).
The research conducted by the becare team, using the inCORPUS product allowed to record heart rate variability in 95 individuals before, during and after the strick lockdown that occurred in France from 17 March to 11 May 2020.
The results showed that the majority of people (80%) decreased their sensation of well-being during the lockdown, which was associated to impairments in the cardiovascular function. Only 20% of the individuals increased their sensation and cardiovascular fitness. Among the factors that could explain the observed impairments, there was the likely decrease in physical activity during the lockdown as reported by the national French institute of public health, the general anxiety and the decrease in social interactions.
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