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#WHOOPEd Digest, Vol. 35

5 Ways NFL Players Recover & How You Can Too

Pro Cyclist Lawson Craddock Tells his Strain & Recovery Story

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#WHOOPEd Digest, Vol. 35

What you actually gain from core training, when portion size and calorie counting may not matter, and nonalcoholic beer as a recovery drink?   “A phrase I’ve heard at conferences when people talk about great athletes is that there’s probably some degree of benign masochism that the people who love to go out and run…

5 Ways NFL Players Recover & How You Can Too

My journey in the NFL is no different than most players–we strive to compete at the highest level for as long as possible. To be able to perform week in and week out, recovery is critical. Recovery protocols differ widely from player to player. We each create our own ecosystems of people and processes that…

Pro Cyclist Lawson Craddock Tells his Strain & Recovery Story

I was born on February 20th, 1992. I’d say my cycling life started February 21st, 1992. I’ve been around bikes my whole life. My dad raced professional downhill way back in the day, before it was even a real thing. He was always riding recreationally when my brother and I were kids. I entered my…

‘Bat Boy’ to Bronze Medalist – Snowboarder Alex Deibold Answers 9 Questions

Alex Deibold won a bronze medal in snowboardcross at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. We spoke to Alex last month about his introduction to the sport, his fascinating journey to the medal podium four years ago, and how he incorporates WHOOP into his training. Unfortunately, Alex fell just shy of making the U.S. team…

How WHOOP Drove My Confident Comeback

I ran my eighth marathon in Millinocket, ME two months ago. But that’s how the story ends. To set the scene from the beginning, I have to rewind the clock one year to December 7, 2016, the day I had two of my parathyroid glands removed in what turned out to be a pretty significant…

From the Backyard to the Olympics, Literally – Tucker West’s Story

“My family and I have always kind of been Olympic nerds,” Tucker West told us. “Every time they’re on, we watch non-stop from the opening to closing ceremonies, we absolutely love it. I first saw luge when I was seven years old during the 2002 games in Salt Lake City. It just seemed so cool…

‘Ultimate Sledding’ – 9 Questions with Team USA’s Chris Mazdzer

Chris Mazdzer is a two-time Olympian who will once again be representing Team USA Luge at the 2018 winter games in PyeongChang. We had the opportunity to chat with Chris about his training, why he started using WHOOP, and what it’s like to slide down the ice at close to 90 miles per hour.  …

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