Whoop review: can a wrist strap without a screen really make you fitter, healthier and faster? We put it to the test

Whoop review: can a wrist strap without a screen really make you fitter, healthier and faster? We put it to the test


Whoop is a company that anyone who’s watched cycling over the last few months will be thoroughly aware of. They have an active publicity arm – with viewers regularly seeing riders’ ‘strain’ score, one of Whoop (opens in new tab)’s own variables, mid race. 

Whoop is a device which is worn on the wrist which tracks your heart beating, measuring resting heart rate (opens in new tab), respiratory rate and heart rate variability (opens in new tab). On top of this, it tracks your heart rate throughout the day and auto-detects activities. Whoop’s device has no face, it’s not a smartwatch (opens in new tab) and you can’t see what it’s doing without logging into the app. 





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