Episode #49 HRV, Sleep, Sex & Performance Technology with Kristen Holmes

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Wearable devices are now commonplace, allowing users to send a receive calls and texts, get reminders, track workouts and daily steps.

And in the battle of wearable devices, the contest for consumers seems to be driven by how many features can be packed into a single unit.

But for one company, there focus is on true health and wellness, replacing more widgets for better data, data that drives real day in and day out behavior.

Today we interview VP of Performance Science, Kristen Holmes – her experience in the world of biometric research is unparralled and today we get to discuss the science behind whoop, why the data is so valuable and how that knowledge is giving clear insights -on how train, recover and sleep.

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Janna Breslin

Janna Breslin was born and raised in Southern California and is a former pharmaceutical representative for one of the leading Pharmaceutical companies in the world.

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