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Viewing Trends

See your progress over time by viewing weekly, 1-month, and 6-month trends across Strain, Recovery, and Sleep.

Trends provide valuable insights that can help you detect irregularities, determine if you’re training optimally, and improve your sleep.

Accessing Trends Edit section

To see your weekly breakdown on WHOOP, swipe upward on any of the main screens: Overview, Strain, Recovery, or Sleep.

Individual trends are available for Strain, Recovery, and Sleep metrics. To enter the Trend View and dig deeper into your data over time, select view monthly trends from any of these screens.

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Trends breakdown

At the top of the Trend View, a dropdown will display the current data being viewed. Each metric is categorized under the pillar it corresponds to - Strain, Recovery, or Sleep. To view the trend for a specific metric, select it from the dropdown. 

Under your average, the Voice of WHOOP will summarize how your data is trending across the current time period, giving you relevant advice based on your data.

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Your data will be displayed on a graph so you can see a visual breakdown of how it’s trending over time. Under the graph, you can learn more about the metrics being viewed and their impact.

There are three Trend Views available in the app: Weekly, 1-month, and 6-month. Learn more about the insights offered by each below:

Weekly Trends

From the Trend View, select the W toggle to see your weekly trends. To navigate forward or backward between weeks, use the arrows next to the date range.

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Monthly Trends

To see a breakdown of your Strain, Recovery, or Sleep data over a full month, select the M toggle. In the 1-month view, your average will be highlighted on the trend graph.

To see a breakdown of your trends over a 6-month period, select the 6M toggle. In the 6-month view, you’ll see how your metrics change month-over-month on the trend graph.

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To navigate forward or backward between months, use the arrows next to the date range.

Overview Edit section

Available views: Weekly 7-day average

The Overview average plots each day’s Strain against Recovery to highlight the days that you were optimally training, recovering, or overreaching. 

If you select anywhere inside the graph, it will show you the percentages for all data points listed. The data points of the Strain graph and the Recovery graph do not need to perfectly line up but can be an indication if you trained optimally based on your Recovery each day. To navigate forward or backward between 7-day periods, use the arrows next to the date range at the top of the screen.

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Strain Edit section

Available Trend Views: Weekly, 1-month, & 6-month

Swiping up from the Strain pillar page will give you the option to look at trends for 3 different Strain-based metrics: Day Strain, Average Heart Rate, and Calories.

To toggle between individual metrics, select the dropdown at the top of the screen.

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Recovery Edit section

Available Trend Views: Weekly, 1-month, & 6-month

Swiping up from the Recovery pillar page will give you the option to look at trends for 4 different Recovery-based metrics: Recovery, Heart Rate Variability (HRV), Resting Heart Rate (RHR), and Respiratory Rate

To toggle between individual metrics, select the dropdown at the top of the screen.

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Sleep Edit section

Available Trend Views: Weekly, 1-month, & 6-month

Swiping up on the Sleep pillar page will give you the option to look at trends for 3 different Sleep-based metrics: Performance, Hours vs. Need, and Time in Bed

To toggle between individual metrics, select the dropdown at the top of the screen.

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Here’s a breakdown of Sleep metric definitions:

  • Performance is the percentage of sleep you got compared to how much sleep you needed. 
  • Hours vs. Need shows you how big the gap between the amount of rest you should be getting versus the amount of rest you are getting is. Keep in mind this only accounts for the time you were asleep, not the amount of time spent in bed. 
  • Time in Bed is the amount of time you spent in bed, from the time you fell asleep until you woke up, and includes any time you were awake (not in a sleep stage).
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