We explain what your max heart rate is, what to do with it, and answer some frequently asked questions about it.
Your running heart rate varies depending on the type of run. Using heart rate zone training in conjunction with run training helps you recover faster and be prepared for race day.
As we age our normal resting heart rate decreases, then increases. Find out how and why this happens and ways to maintain a healthy heart rate throughout your life, plus how WHOOP can help.
We discuss the length of time it takes for your body to metabolize alcohol, as well as how long the effects of it may continue to impact your performance.
We discuss why the normal resting heart rate for women is slightly different than for men, examine averages by age, and explore why it’s an indicator of your overall physical fitness.
Your normal heart rate can tell you a lot about your overall wellness and conditioning. Learn what individual and external factors influence resting heart rate and tips on lowering your normal heart rate.
Choose where you want to wear a heart rate monitor with WHOOP Body and WHOOP 4.0.
Training in the anaerobic heart rate zone can help you build muscles and strengthen your heart.
Get the most out of every workout by knowing your target heart rate zone. Learn to calculate your target heart rate for each training zone.
For most adults, a resting heart rate (RHR) between 60 and 100 beats per minute is normal and it generally increases with age, but there are many factors that can affect RHR.
Learn how to take advantage of your aerobic heart rate zone during workouts.
Learn how to calculate your max heart rate and determine your heart rate zones to optimize the effectiveness of your workouts.