I’ve always been a pen and paper person during workouts. I still do that and do the Whoop tracking now for about a week cumulative so far. It’s definitely more tedious to click start set, end set, etc as someone mentioned. I agree with that. It does also help me be more aware of my rest periods to keep them tighter.
I don’t like that the library of exercises seems to be missing some things I thought would be pretty basic. It wasn’t too tedious to set up my workouts. I haven’t yet toyed with editing them “live” based on actual results, but imagine it’s just more phone time and tapping.
I often “get lost” if I’m Resting or In Set during super sets.
Kind of cool that it asks for your RPE score at the end too. I like the tonnage. I like the improved strain tracking.
Given Whoops track record of updates, modifications, and more I’m going to stick with it. If nothing else seeing the tonnage and