Pro tennis players discuss the 50th anniversary of Title IX and the impact it's had on their lives.
The ability to personalize WHOOP means that members can track changes in their physiology across life milestones. That is why WHOOP launched pregnancy due date teams, added reproductive health toggles for all stages of life, and conducted the largest reproductive health study ever.
Results found increased activity led to improved HRV and resting heart rate, plus how monitoring these metrics could help better understand pregnancy timelines.
On this week’s episode, we take an in-depth look at pregnancy, exercise, and a study using WHOOP data.
WHOOP answers commonly asked questions about exercise, the menstrual cycle, menopause, birth control and how they can all affect your athletic performance.
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.
March is Women’s History Month, and to show its support WHOOP is sharing stories and sparking conversations around the myths and biases women face in sport, training, health, and physiology.
On this week’s episode, Olympic bobsledder Lauren Gibbs joins us for a discussion on how it’s never too late to chart a new course in life.
Working out during your period can help you build muscle faster with better recoveries the next day and may decrease your worst symptoms.
Dr. Stacy Sims answers WHOOP members’ questions about menstrual cycles and training.