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Who else here is using Whoop? (World Waterskiiers Whoop Group)

ShaunTShaunT Posts: 46 Baller
edited October 20 in News & Other Stuff
yes....I can hear it now: What's a Whoop?? Whoop what?
Basically its about the best fitness wearable on market right now. If you have no idea what I'm talking about go to www.whoop.com and check it now. (and no, I don't work for them).

So if your into that kinda thing check it out and join Whoop here: https://join.whoop.com/#/4581B2
Or if your already a Whoop member already come join the World Waterskiiers Group using theTeam Invite Code COMM-91C943

If your not a member you get a discount via the group if you join.

Groups have a leaderboard for Strain, Sleep, and Recovery. Cause waterskiiers aren't competitive enough already.. ;)

Its a great way to push each other to be better and it might just change your training, sleep, recovery, and overall health.

Comments

  • Chef23Chef23 Posts: 6,056 Mega Baller
    I have been thinking about it but haven’t gotten one yet. The subscription model has been holding me back frankly.
    Mark Shaffer
    BraceMakerMattPballsohardscorban2
  • ballsohardballsohard Posts: 439 Crazy Baller
    I know that Matt Rini is a whoop guy.

    Do you guys ski in your whoop?

    Do the other wearables translate to skiing at all? Fitbit etc.
  • DaveDDaveD Posts: 936 Mega Baller
    The only chance I have at making a leaderboard is in the Sleep category.
    AndreForrestGumpalanc
  • Rpc29Rpc29 Posts: 218 Crazy Baller
    I use one and I'm a huge fan. It's not for everyone though, its pretty useless for non fitness/recovery tracking given that it doesn't even tell time.
    Ryan Christopher
    Than_Bogan
  • ShaunTShaunT Posts: 46 Baller
    @Rpc29 So when are you joining the group Ryan? ;)
  • Rpc29Rpc29 Posts: 218 Crazy Baller
    Just joined!
    Ryan Christopher
  • The_KristaThe_Krista Posts: 110 Water Ski Industry Professional
    Bojan (my husband) has been wearing his Whoop for over a year now... and always wears it skiing. He can ride 90 miles on a road bike with serious elevation and still have a higher strain after a single jump set. Really interesting to compare the metrics from skiing to other forms of activity. With his athlete programs, he adds them to his Radix team so he can monitor their recovery, strain during skiing and during his programs, etc., and then adjust their workouts or mobility stuff accordingly.... It's helped my dad (59 years old) identify things that hurt his recovery / performance as well -- like if he has more coffee throughout the day he will see a dip in his recovery that night. I guess the Whoop just provides more insight / data to allow you to make tweaks in your training, recovery, sleeping, eating, etc., to help you feel your best. I have one as well but seeing my activity get less and less with pregnancy, my recovery get worse and my strain get higher just sitting around was depressing me so I stopped wearing it until after baby girl is born. :)
    unksskis
  • The_MSThe_MS Posts: 5,832 Member of the BallOfSpray Hall Of Fame
    Probably should feed BOS some advertising $
    Shut up and ski
    Oldkier
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