How do I connect WHOOP to another device using Heart Rate Broadcast?

WHOOP Strap 3.0 allows you to broadcast your Heart Rate on devices that are Bluetooth Low Energy Heart Rate Profile compatible.  To do this, from the WHOOP app, tap the menu, tap “Strap Settings”, and make sure HR Broadcast is toggled to on.

Use your phone to turn on the Heart Rate Broadcast, WHOOP will then project your heart rate onto the device. Once you connect, you no longer need to be near your phone to keep it in that state because hear rate is broadcasting from the WHOOP strap 3.0 itself.  Once you are finished with the broadcast, remember to toggle the switch to off if you wish for your Heart Rate to stop being publically broadcast.

Please note that this is a "real-time" stream of heart rates with no backfilling capabilities.  If you move out of Bluetooth Range of the receiving device or have other Bluetooth issues, you may be missing some data on the receiving device.  This will not affect the data stream on your WHOOP account which will fill in any missing data.

There are a myriad number of devices and apps that implement the BLE Heart Rate Profile.  We have tested many internally and have written instructions found below for these devices.  Most pairing processes will be similar.

Note: Most modern devices support BLE Heart Rate Profile.  However, there are a number of fitness devices that only support the ANT+ protocol.  At the current time, the WHOOP Strap 3.0 does not broadcast an ANT+ compatible signal and will not be able to pair with these devices.

How to connect to popular devices:

Wahoo ELEMNT

  1. Navigate to the “Strap Status” tab in the Whoop App, and set “HR Broadcast” to on.
  2. Press the left-side button on the ELEMNT, navigate to the “Add Sensor” field, and click “Add”.
  3. Hold the Wahoo ELEMNT next to your Whoop, until the “More” option appears.
  4. Press “Select” on the HEART RATE option, which will open the list of nearby HR devices. Then select the HEARTRATE option, and click “Save”.
  5. The Wahoo will ask you if you want to add HR data fields to pages. Click Yes.

Note: The WHOOP will not appear with any identifying tags - it will only appear as “Heartrate”. Ensure that no other WHOOP users nearby are also trying to pair their straps.

Concept 2 Rower

  1. Navigate to the “Strap Status” tab in the Whoop App, and set “HR Broadcast” to on.
  2. Click “More Options” on the Concept 2 Rowing Machine.
  3. Click “Connect Heart Rate”.
  4. When your WHOOP Serial Number appears in the menu, select it.

 

Fenix 5

  1. Navigate to the “Strap Status” tab in the Whoop App, and set “HR Broadcast” to on.
  2. Open the Fenix 5 Menu. Scroll down to settings.
  3. In the settings menu, select the “Sensors and Accessories” option.
  4. Select “Add New”, then “Search All”. Wait for your Whoop Serial Number to appear, and select it.
  5. Your Whoop is now connected, and will appear at the bottom of the “sensors and Accessories” menu. You can connect, disconnect, or remove the Whoop from here.

Trainer Road App

  1. Navigate to the “Strap Status” tab in the Whoop App, and set “HR Broadcast” to on.
  2. Open the Trainer Road menu, and select “Devices”.
  3. Wait for your Whoop Serial Number to appear, and select it.
  4. The Whoop strap is now paired. When you start your next workout, your heart rate will display in the top right corner of the workout window.

Peloton

  1. Navigate to the “Strap Status” tab in the Whoop App, and set “HR Broadcast” to on.
  2. On your peloton account home screen, open the settings menu (three dots on the lower right)
  3. Select the “device settings” item
  4. Select Bluetooth
  5. Select your WHOOP Serial Number under “available devices”
  6. When you start a class, tap the heart rate monitor icon on the lower right of the welcome prompt
  7. Make sure Bluetooth is enabled
  8. Select your Whoop serial number from the list of available devices. Your heart rate will be displayed on the upper left side of the screen
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