We explore how common it is for WHOOP members to track outdoor time, which age groups do it most often, as well as the impact it has on strain and recovery.
Melody Zoller, fitness coach and programming manager at obé fitness, explains how she uses WHOOP data to "level up" in three key areas of her life.
May is Mental Health Awareness month, and we’re continuing our podcast series on mental health and wellbeing.
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.
Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian in history, joins the WHOOP Podcast for an in-depth conversation about his career, high performance, and mental health.
Working on mental health should be part of your daily routine. Here are 10 mental health activities you can do at work, at home, with the kids, and even in the car that can reduce stress and create a feeling of wellbeing.
We examine how frequently WHOOP members log therapy sessions, which age and gender demographics do it the most, plus the benefits they have on sleep and other health metrics.
We explore how often WHOOP members track seasonal allergies, which demographics do it the most, plus the effect on sleep, resting heart rate, HRV, and respiratory rate.
On this week’s episode, we welcome track cyclist Orla Walsh to the WHOOP Podcast.
How does sliding down a mountain at 85 miles per hour affect your WHOOP data?
Exercise intensity can be measured in a few different ways. Learn the benefits of gauging your intensity while you're working out, and how WHOOP helps you stay on track.