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Empowering Players with Data Ownership

Earlier this week, WHOOP and the NFL Players Association announced a groundbreaking deal to make the WHOOP Strap 2.0 the Officially Licensed Recovery Wearable of the NFLPA. Ahmad Nassar, President of NFL Players Inc., the licensing and marketing department of the NFLPA, spoke about the partnership on ESPN Radio: “It’s frankly one of my favorite type…

Chargers’ Pro-Bowler Darrell Stuckey Talks WHOOP

On Monday, WHOOP announced its partnership with the NFL Players Association to make the WHOOP Strap 2.0 the Officially Licensed Recovery Wearable of the NFLPA. Last year, Darrell Stuckey, a Pro-Bowler and five-time special teams captain with the Chargers, became one of the first NFL players to wear WHOOP. Stuckey shared his thoughts with us…

WHOOP Named Official Recovery Wearable of NFL Players Association

As first announced by ESPN this morning, WHOOP and the National Football League Players Association have come to terms on a partnership to make WHOOP the Officially Licensed Recovery Wearable of the NFLPA. The WHOOP Strap 2.0 will be distributed to all incoming and current NFL players beginning at the NFL draft this week. Per…

NFL Players, WHOOP Discuss Wearable Technology Data at Harvard Forum

Last week, in conjunction with the NFL Players Association’s OneTeam Collective and the Sports Innovation Lab, Harvard University’s i-lab hosted a forum on the future of athletic performance entitled The Rise of the Quantified Athlete. From the NFLPA’s website: “Bringing together top executives, leading scientists, professional athletes, and entrepreneurs building the next generation of quantified…

What’s Your Super Bowl Recovery?

How are you feeling today? Maybe not quite as sharp as the average Monday? The Monday after the Super Bowl has a reputation for being one of the least productive work days of the year. Roughly 110 million Americans watch the big game, often staying out late with alcohol consumption involved. Kickoff isn’t until 6:30…

College Football and the Dangers of Overtraining

Earlier this month, three Division 1 college football players were hospitalized following a series of grueling strength and conditioning workouts with their team. One of the players complained of having very sore arms and was diagnosed with a condition known as rhabdomyolysis. Others also complained of discolored urine, a symptom of rhabdomyolysis. Rhabdo, for short,…

New Labor Deals in Pro Sports Reflect Need for Rest and Recovery

Last month, both Major League Baseball and the National Basketball Association negotiated new collective bargaining agreements with their respective players associations. Notable changes to MLB’s labor deal include shortening players’ minimum stints on the disabled list from 15 days to 10 days, and eliminating the rule that awarded home-field advantage in the World Series to…

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