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WHOOP at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and National Combine

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WHOOP at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and National Combine

Last Saturday, January 7, marked the 17th edition of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, in San Antonio, Texas. WHOOP was on hand as an official sponsor for the event, which featured 100 of the nation’s best high school football players. In a matchup pitting East vs. West, the East emerged with a 27-17 victory in…

The Smart Locker Room?

Elite athletes spend an extraordinary amount of time in the locker room. For pros, it’s basically the equivalent of their office, as well as their home away from home. This is what inspired WHOOP founder and CEO Will Ahmed to name our blog “The Locker.” In his words: “For athletes reading this, you know that locker…

Unlocking Human Potential: The Sub-2 Hour Marathon

A sub-2 hour marathon would be one of the most incredible feats of human performance the running world has ever seen. Here’s how it might be able to happen. If you’re a runner or an endurance sports enthusiast, by now you’ve heard of Nike’s plan to break one of the most challenging (and so far,…

76ers Too Cautious with Joel Embiid?

Wednesday, ESPN and ABC news reported that as part of the NBA’s new collective bargaining agreement the league and players will form a “wearables committee.” From ESPN’s Tom Haberstroh: “In April, ESPN.com reported that the Cleveland Cavaliers were notified by the league office that guard Matthew Dellavedova was not allowed to wear a device called…

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.…

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…

Why Athletes Should Want High Heart Rate Variability

Two sprinters, Brett and Justin, are at the starting line. Both are 6 foot 2, 180 pounds, and considered the best sprinters in the northern hemisphere. In the past 5 races, the difference in their times has been around .05 seconds. Both are equally talented and both are equally fast. As they get into the starting…

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