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By balancing your daily Recovery, Strain and Sleep, you will train optimally and unlock the secrets to your body's true potential.

Whoop Recovery

Recovery Recovery

The Secret to Performance

WHOOP uses three physiological markers to determine your personal readiness to perform each day.

  • HEART RATE VARIABILITY (HRV)

    HEART RATE VARIABILITY (HRV)

    The measure of the naturally occurring irregularity of your heartbeat. Leading exercise physiologists agree that HRV is one of the most useful tools for determining optimal training loads.

  • RESTING HEART RATE (RHR)

    RESTING HEART RATE (RHR)

    The number of times your heart beats per minute while you rest. WHOOP measures your RHR during your deepest sleep each night.

  • Sleep

    Sleep

    The quantity and quality of your sleep, including time spent in Light, REM and Slow-Wave (Deep) sleep. WHOOP calculates the sleep your body needs vs. the sleep achieved each night, providing a daily Sleep Performance.

MAKE RECOVERY WORK FOR YOU

Have you ever thought you were in your best beast mode, but when you got to practice you were sluggish? Or, maybe you felt zapped, but ended up killing it in the gym? WHOOP takes the guesswork out of knowing when you’ll be on your A-game. It analyzes the metrics that inform your Recovery level and breaks them down into easy-to-implement recommendations.

  • 79%

    GREEN ZONE

    All systems go. Your body is primed for peak performance.

  • 63%

    YELLOW ZONE

    Proceed with caution. Your body will respond to training but is not peaking.

  • 15%

    RED ZONE

    Take it easy. Your body needs more time to recover or you might risk injury.

Whoop Strain

Strain Strain

Every Effort

Measure your personal exertion for any period of time, or your entire day. Practice and workouts are only part of the picture when it comes to Strain. Since WHOOP is always on, every heartbeat counts. Your data from the moment you wake up until the moment you go to bed results in your overall Day Strain, a tool for understanding how your body is responding to all the demands of daily life.

Training Optimization

Training Optimization

Your Strain is a measure of the cardiovascular load your body takes on over the course of a day or during a given activity. WHOOP calculates your exertion and quantifies it on a scale from 0-21.

Maximize the efficiency of your training by balancing your Day Strain and Recovery, and see your body evolve by comparing Strain for similar workouts over time.

Day Strain

Day Strain
Graph L

Under Training

Missed opportunity to train when your body is ready to excel.

Graph C

Optimal Training

The perfect balance of pushing your body to improve without burning out.

Graph R

Over Training

With too much load, extra training can be more detrimental than helpful.

Recovery

Recovery

Whoop Sleep

Sleep Sleep

A Third of Your Life

Science tells us that you get don't get stronger in the gym (that's what breaks you down), you actually get stronger during rest. Sleep can be the forgotten third of your life. It's the period to repair, regenerate and prime your mind and body for peak performance.

WHOOP measures not only how long you sleep, but the time spent in each stage to better understand sleep quality. The WHOOP Sleep Coach tells you exactly how much sleep you need to reach your desired performance level the next day.

Sleep Goals

Sleep Goals

Sleep Goals

  • Pre-Sleep Habits

    Your nightly rituals. A healthy routine creates a smooth transition from awake to asleep, decreasing sleep latency (the time it takes you to fall asleep).

  • More Time in Bed

    The amount of time you spend in bed is often far greater than the time you spend in restful sleep. Regular disturbances cause brief disruptions of sleep. More frequent disturbances are associated with lower sleep quality.

  • Cycles

    The natural 4-stage sleep progression: Light, REM, SWS, and Awake. A good sleep includes 3-5 cycles.

Your nightly rituals. A healthy routine creates a smooth transition from awake to asleep, decreasing sleep latency (the time it takes you to fall asleep).

The amount of time you spend in bed is often far greater than the time you spend in restful sleep. Regular disturbances cause brief disruptions of sleep. More frequent disturbances are associated with lower sleep quality.

The natural 4-stage sleep progression: Light, REM, SWS, and Awake. A good sleep includes 3-5 cycles.

Performance Hacking has no limits

Performance Hacking has no limits

As WHOOP members, we’re constantly evolving together. Our unique approach to performance data grows with every Recovery, Strain and Sleep.

Here, you're not an athlete 3 hours a day, you're an athlete 24/7.

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