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WHOOP // MLB Part 3: Empower Athletes, Improve Their Fitness

This past June, WHOOP partnered with Major League Baseball to see how performance-enhancing data could provide a deeper look into players’ training and behavior, and potentially improve their fitness. Over the course of four months, WHOOP monitored the physiological data of 230 minor league athletes from 28 different teams, making it the largest performance study…

WHOOP // MLB Part 2: Athletes in the Outfield

During their 2016 playoff run, the Cleveland Indians were unexpectedly aided by the bat of veteran outfielder Coco Crisp. The 5’10”, 185-pound Crisp homered in each of Cleveland’s first two series-deciding games to help the Indians reach the World Series. While the power outburst from someone like Crisp (who has just 130 career home runs…

WHOOP // MLB Part 1: Effects of Travel

This past season, WHOOP and Major League Baseball conducted the single largest performance study in professional sports history. Nine organizations were involved, with 230 players from 28 different minor league teams participating. Among the data recorded were over 4,400 nights of sleep from various players wearing WHOOP straps. What can we do with this information?…

WHOOP and MLB Conduct Largest Performance Study Ever in Pro Sports

“WHOOP and MLB Announce Findings of Largest Performance Study Ever Conducted in Professional Sports.” On my first day at WHOOP, in the midst of filling out HR paperwork and getting my new computer set up, my boss grabbed me on his way into a meeting and said “Hey, I think you might enjoy sitting in…

Innovation Labs: The New Trend for Pro Sports Teams

Last month, the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers announced the first participant in their new innovation lab. They also named a Managing Director for the project, Seth Berger. Via Philadelphia Magazine, Berger said “[The owners] are really forward-thinking about ways they can use the Sixers to build businesses—and not just businesses that are directly related to sports.…

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HRV – Heart Rate Variability

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Heart rate variability (HRV) is a statistical measurement of heart rate irregularity. Originally used as a predictor of survival after acute medical emergencies, the application of HRV has rapidly expanded, and it has now one of the most studied areas of physiological response to exercise. HRV has been shown in numerous studies to positively correlate with athletic performance and training adaptation, and to negatively correlate with risk of overtraining and injuries.

Who Takes the Big Shot?

As a sophomore at Villanova University, Kyle Lowry guided the Wildcats to a 28-5 record and a No. 3 national ranking. Lowry’s squad earned a top seed in the 2006 NCAA tournament and advanced to the Elite Eight before falling to eventual champion Florida. The point guard then declared for the NBA draft, and was…

How a Bear Attack Affects Your Sleep

Michael Lares awoke at 4:30 a.m. to his dog barking. As he went outside to see what was going on, he heard the haunting sound of pigs squealing and the huffing and growling of what could clearly only be one thing. He ventured forward with a flashlight and rifle in hand, making his way towards…

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