On this episode of RNT Fitness Radio we discuss wearable tech, and it’s application to sleep, health markers and training readiness. With how much the wearable tech industry has grown over the past couple of years, we wanted to dissect the pros and cons of them, and whether getting a Fitbit, Oura or Whoop, as some key leading examples, are worth the money. Where we spend a great deal of time discussing is at the start, its application to sleep, and towards the end, whether its energy expenditure predictions are worth looking at!
“Just remember what you’re doing it for, and make sure it’s for the good reason.”
- Akash Vaghela
00:00 – Does lack of sleep lead to more body fat?
03:30 – Waking up at night and change in routine
06:50 – The use of wearables
08:30 – Sleep trackers
10:38 – Subconscious adherence to the tracker
13:40 – Benefits of wearable tech
17:3 ]– How to know what to improve on through tracking
20:40 – Uncertainty with the data collected
23:25 – How wearable tech increases engagement
26:30 – Product recommendations
30:30 – Work output and burnt calories
34:25 – Muscle mass and energy expenditure
38:44 – Last words
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