In this episode, Dillon sits down with VP of Performance Science from WHOOP, Kristen Holmes. We look to discuss the benefits of wearable health technology and answer: what does WHOOP measure? What does is mean to be ready to perform? How should we interpret the data to make recovery and training decisions? How accurate are the measurements?
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As Vice President of Performance Science at WHOOP, KristenHolmes drives thought leadership by engaging with industry leading researchers and partners to better understand individual, team, and organizational biometric and performance data across high stakes verticals. Before joining WHOOP in 2016, Kristen was the Head Field Hockey Coach at Princeton University where she was one of the most successful coaches in Ivy League history, having won 12 league titles in 13 seasons and a National Championship. Kristen was a 3x All American, 2 x Big 10 Athlete of the year at the University of Iowa competing in both Field Hockey and Basketball and recently inducted into the Hall of Fame Class of 2021 and was a 7-year member of the U.S. National Field Hockey Team. Kristen blends her academic and applied background in athletics, coaching, performance technology, psychology, and exercise physiology to drive research, partnership, and product development initiatives to strengthen WHOOP as a leader in Human Performance.
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