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No Bluetooth problems here either.  My only issue lately is that I did not wear it much during my 2 weeks off...lol. It started off that I forgot to put it on one day as I was rushing out of the house.  Then it spiraled out of control. My work schedule is back to normal now so my "routine" should be back to normal.

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Just looking at the past 15 days worth of data. 

Recovery HRV RHR Sleep Sleep% Resp Strain
93 90 53 7.22 93 13.2 9.8
69 73 52 8.50 100 12.8 10
70 74 52 6.67 87 13.1 4.2
61 69 55 8.38 100 13.3 4.6
56 69 56 8.72 100 13.5 7.5
71 75 52 8.10 100 13.0 6.8
90 84 51 8.78 100 13.6 5.6
97 95 48 6.83 91 13.0 4.2
96 94 51 8.67 100 13.2 4.1
98 103 50 8.67 100 13.3 4.8
91 96 52 8.13 100 13.2 8.7
71 88 52 8.15 100 13.0 5.2
74 89 50 7.37 97 13.1 5.3
64 86 49 7.60 99 13.0 4.6
55 80 52 7.00 92 13.2 3.9

I am guessing my 55 Recovery score is because I have three days in a row of under 100% sleep. My HRV is right around my baseline (70-88). At the top, I had 2 out of 3 days around 90% sleep and the next two days were my worst recovery. As soon as I got enough sleep over the next 2-3 days, then it jumped back up into the 90's. It looks like there is some lag. 

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35 minutes ago, saevel25 said:

Just looking at the past 15 days worth of data. 

Recovery HRV RHR Sleep Sleep% Resp Strain
93 90 53 7.22 93 13.2 9.8
69 73 52 8.50 100 12.8 10
70 74 52 6.67 87 13.1 4.2
61 69 55 8.38 100 13.3 4.6
56 69 56 8.72 100 13.5 7.5
71 75 52 8.10 100 13.0 6.8
90 84 51 8.78 100 13.6 5.6
97 95 48 6.83 91 13.0 4.2
96 94 51 8.67 100 13.2 4.1
98 103 50 8.67 100 13.3 4.8
91 96 52 8.13 100 13.2 8.7
71 88 52 8.15 100 13.0 5.2
74 89 50 7.37 97 13.1 5.3
64 86 49 7.60 99 13.0 4.6
55 80 52 7.00 92 13.2 3.9

I am guessing my 55 Recovery score is because I have three days in a row of under 100% sleep. My HRV is right around my baseline (70-88). At the top, I had 2 out of 3 days around 90% sleep and the next two days were my worst recovery. As soon as I got enough sleep over the next 2-3 days, then it jumped back up into the 90's. It looks like there is some lag. 

Is that on the Whoop site? I only get charts, not a nice table like that.

Stuff like this is nice, but where is the data copied from?

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1 minute ago, iacas said:

Is that on the Whoop site? I only get charts, not a nice table like that.

Stuff like this is nice, but where is the data copied from?

I just typed it into excel. I was curious to see what I can make out of the data. I know I’ve been lazy with not working out hard. So, one variable was set there. 

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