The Tour de France is underway, and this week we sit down with pro cyclist Lachlan Morton of the EF Education-EastPost team.
We tracked the heart rate, daily strain, sleep, and recovery of two pro cycling teams during the Giro d’Italia, arguably the hardest race on Earth.
We discuss the upcoming Giro d’Italia, why it’s even more challenging than the Tour de France, and what we’ll see in WHOOP data at this year’s race.
On this week’s episode, we welcome track cyclist Orla Walsh to the WHOOP Podcast.
Cyclist Laura King shares her insights and experience of training and working out while pregnant, and how monitoring and understanding her baseline data from WHOOP helps her make the most of it.
Pro cyclist Lachlan Morton bikepacked the entire Tour de France on his own, rode an additional 1,303 miles, and beat the peloton to Paris by more than 5 days.
We break down the difficulty of various Tour de France stages as riders take on the mountains, flat sections, and time trials, using WHOOP data and other metrics.
The impossible route, Death Valley: 7 days and 700 miles of cycling across some of the roughest terrain on the planet, and its impact on heart rate, strain, sleep and recovery.
Ted King discusses why he retired from pro cycling, his love of gravel racing, and how WHOOP helps him perform his best as a father, business owner, coach and competitor.
As we announce our partnership with pro triathlete Lionel Sanders, we also share the eye-catching biometric data behind his most recent win.
A conversation with the 2019 Tour of Flanders champion prior to this year’s race, as well as his strain and heart rate data from Milan-San Remo earlier this month.