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Why you should wear a biometric sensor

Jan. 14, 2022 -

How often do you look in the mirror? Probably more than a few times a week! I have been thinking about this ever since I received my newest WHOOP 4.0 biometric sensor. It's great. But, why do I wear it? What value does it provide? Why should you wear it?

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My daughter was born on Tuesday, July 13 - the data clearly shows the impact on my body and its gradual adjustment to this new fatherhood
My daughter was born on Tuesday, July 13 - the data clearly shows the impact on my body and its gradual adjustment to this new fatherhood
Unlike other
Unlike other "smart" wearables, WHOOP won't remind you to breathe or reward you for standing up and walking to the coffee machine - it's a serious device for people that can think for themselves
Designed to be worn 24/7, the WHOOP strap collects biometric data over a longitudinal period of time - providing you with personalised insights in your health and fitness
Designed to be worn 24/7, the WHOOP strap collects biometric data over a longitudinal period of time - providing you with personalised insights in your health and fitness
Worn on the bicep, WHOOP easily hides under your clothing - indicated with blue arrows - keeping your wrists free for mechanical watches
Worn on the bicep, WHOOP easily hides under your clothing - indicated with blue arrows - keeping your wrists free for mechanical watches
WHOOP offers you various ways to wear it - I like to wear mine on the bicep using a larger strap - and alternate between my two arms every few days
WHOOP offers you various ways to wear it - I like to wear mine on the bicep using a larger strap - and alternate between my two arms every few days
WHOOP 4.0 is smaller than its predecessor - packs more sensor technology - allows for easy charging while wearing it
WHOOP 4.0 is smaller than its predecessor - packs more sensor technology - allows for easy charging while wearing it

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