Whoop 3.0 measures how hard you work out and how well you recover

Train Optimally, Recover Well

You can get into the best shape of your life by training hard, recovering well, and avoiding injury or burnout. Whoop 3.0 can help by tracking heart rate variability, resting heart rate, and sleep data and then using that information to determine whether your body is primed for peak performance or that it needs more time for recovery.


For optimal results, the Whoop are to be worn 24/7 so that it can track every moment of life and give feedback to help you make smarter decisions when it comes to pushing yourself.


Unlike other fitness trackers, Whoop can be worn on your wrist 24/7 without ever having to take it off even when it's running out of power. When the battery runs low (in about 5 days), simply slip on the battery pack and it will charge right there on your wrist. 


Whoop 3.0 has the potential to do wonders to your fitness, health, and your well being because it gives you insight to whether you're just lazy or if you're really need to slack off.

Whoop App

The Whoop Strap 3.0 does not come with a screen. In order to look at the analytics from the data collected by the strap, you need to download the Whoop app on your iOS or Android device.


The Whoop app focuses on three main metrics: Strain, Recovery, and Sleep. For each metric you can go in deeper into the details. For example, under Strain you can look at the statistics of the day compared to a 30-day average and see your daily Strain score over a week presented on a graph.


The app also gives you the Strain Coach to get exertion level recommendations based on how recovered your body is. With the app, you can also overlay WHOOP data onto videos or photos for you to either share, save, or analyze.

Free device with membership

The Whoop Strap is free when you join the membership program. But you only get the black version for free. If you want another color (6 to choose from) you need to pay an additional €39. The subscription fee is $30 per month and you need to commit to a 6-month subscription in order to qualify for the free Whoop 3.0.


To save on the subscription fee, an 18-month membership will cost you $18 per month. Over the course of the 18 months, that's a savings of $216.

Whoop 3.0 vs Apple Watch

Pros

  • Helps you train optimally
  • Gives you more useful data than the Apple Watch
  • Can be replaced for free when broken
  • Free Whoop 3.0 with subscription
  • No need to take off wrist to charge
  • Waterproof
  • 5-day battery life

Cons

  • Not necessarily accurate all the time
  • Requires monthly subscription
  • Battery pack not waterproof

Conclusion:

The Whoop 3.0 gives you more useful information when in comes to fitness and optimal training compared to other fitness trackers. At $18 per month for the 18-month membership, it's a pretty good deal considering you get the Whoop hardware for free. One of the coolest feature is the way it charges without having to take it off your wrist.

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