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Team Thrive is Thriving! HRV on the Rise

In last week’s Thriving Holiday Travel story, we mentioned we’d be looking for signs of improvement in Team Thrive’s data as the holiday season progresses.…

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#WHOOPEd Digest, Vol. 31

Cold water immersion as a recovery technique, tips to increase your time asleep, and exercise as a stress reducer.   Monday, December 11th Looking to…

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When Your Job Inspires You to Run a Marathon

On Sunday November 5, WHOOP Senior Product Designer Tom Rand completed the New York City Marathon. It was Tom’s first marathon, and he intended it to also be his last. He describes himself not as an athlete, but as simply a “regular guy.” His only goal was to finish, which he did in 4 hours,…

What Does Heart Rate Data Look Like at the Ironman World Championship?

This past summer, triathlete and coach Jen Rulon told us the story of how she accomplished her life-long goal–to qualify for the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. She described the countless hours of hard work she put in, and the instrumental role WHOOP played in her training. On October 14, Jen’s dream became a…

Activity Auto-Detection: Your WHOOP Knows When You Work Out

One of the key components of WHOOP is the ability to quantify the strain your body takes on. Our Strain metric allows you to understand the cardiovascular load of everything you do over the course of an entire day. It also lets you compare the effect different activities have on your body–how does your daily…

Training for a 100-Mile Race

What does it take to run 100 miles through the Wasatch Mountains? Ultra runner Robert Edminster incorporates a wide variety of wearable technology into his training, but WHOOP is the tool he relies on most.     Robert Edminster has his dogs to thank for helping him find his passion. “I started adopting dogs and…

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