Testimony of Michel Rochat: PhD, amateur runner, passionate about technology and regular user of the Edel measure with O2score!

I have observed that during the first minutes of efforts or warming up, the EDEL level decreases in consequence to an important increase of oxygen consumption and this intake of free radicals will consume the available antioxidants. During the effort, the body will adapt to an important flow of free radicals and thus increase the […]

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Nutrition advice before a race

A month before a marathon or a half marathon, it is important to increase your antioxidants in order to decrease the risks of inflammations such as the tendinitis and to promote the production of ATP which decreases when there is a rise in free radicals. The ATP is the molecule that provides the energy necessary to […]

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Running The Swiss Tour

Stéphane Abry will perform The Swiss Tour by Running from 30 May to 13 June 2015. O2score will be a partner in this unprecedented challenge and will equipped the runner with his mobile device to enable him to determine his recovery status after the efforts. Profile : Stéphane Abry Stéphane Abry, who will start this Saturday the […]

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Yannick Ecoeur shares with O2score his D-7 preparation plan to achieve an objective

This week Yanick Ecoeur gives us his preparation tips for the week preceding a sport challenge. His experience of ski mountaineer with an impressive track record confirms the effectiveness of his trainings. Yannick Ecoeur is also one of the first sportsmen who believed in the potential of the O2score device as he uses the device […]

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Zoom on the antioxidant defence system of Stephane Abry after 10 days of racing

Stéphane is a runner who has set a new challenge to do the Swiss Tour by Running, which is a journey of approximately 1,060km at a rate of 70km per day between May 30 and June 13, 2015. O2score analyses the recovery of the athlete by measuring the variations of his antioxidant defence system. An […]

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Discovering new board sports for this summer

It’s summer; the days are long and the sun demotivating. Some gyms are closed and it is not possible to practice your sport and for others the sun does not give the desire to train in such conditions. Fortunately, there are sports that can be practiced in summer, it’s about the more or less known […]

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4 water sports to discover this summer

Water Ski Water skiing is similar in appearance to skiing, but it is in reality very different (although we find the backing of alpine skiing). Being performed on water, the resistances are different, especially as the water skiing is a traction sport. Standing on one or two boards (one board being called a ski: bi-ski […]

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Tomatoes, source of natural antioxidants

The tomato is a fruit that we rarely consume as a desert, it is more often consume as a vegetable. It has many beneficial properties for the body and health, that we will present to you. There are many varieties of tomatoes (beefsteak, Roma, fandango, cherry, Marmande etc.) that may display different colours (red, yellow, beige, […]

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Le stress oxydatif

Le stress oxydatif est défini comme un déséquilibre entre les radicaux libres (l’abréviation anglaise ROS est utilisée ci-dessous) et les antioxydants (AOX), en faveur des radicaux libres. Il est associé à plusieurs disfonctionnements cellulaires. Il est sous le contrôle du système de défense antioxydant. La mesure régulière (monitoring) du système de défense antioxydant permet de l’améliorer et de prévenir les conséquences négatives du stress oxydatif.

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