How I met Greg is kind of a funny story. I’d been looking into HRV and found a course online that had been created by a couple of guys from Vancouver. I was signing in to their webinars and thought it sounded pretty cool so I registered for their Foundations in HRV course and ordered the CorSense Heart Rate Variability Finger Sensor by Elite HRV. I don’t know about you but I get pretty wrapped up in my face-to-face interactions and sure enough the email with the course login info just kept falling lower and lower in my email. Fast forward almost a year and a small Instagram interaction turned into coffee and I met Greg in person for the first time – totally not realizing that he was one of the guys from the HRV webinars. We talked about all kinds of things, including our experiences as Canadians attending US universities for sport and it wasn’t until the very end of the conversation that we even bumped into the HRV connection. Well, fresh off an inspiring face-to-face meeting, I dove into the course, completed it and was now even more impressed! Greg hooked me up with the biostrap wearable to begin tracking my HRV 24/7 instead of just taking the morning readiness measurement and we’ve continued chatting on and off over the last few months about my results and the practical applications in relation to my health & fitness. I knew for sure that I wanted to have Greg join me on a web chat to introduce you all to HRV. Greg is a Kinesiologist, Clinical Exercise Physiologist and works both privately through his own company G-Tech Health & Performance and with the team at Fit to Train Human Performance Systems in downtown Vancouver. He has his Master’s of Science in Exercise Science from Bloomburg University of Pennsylvania and is in his final year at the Canadian School of Osteopathy Manual Practice to become an osteopathic practitioner. And, or course, he’s the co-founder of, the leading online resource for learning the science and application of Heart Rate Variability.