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    Jordan Vezina
    Let’s take a look at a new wearable fitness tracker that has a lot more under the hood than you might think. I’ll be the first to admit: I’m super easy to sell to. You could probably sell me world war two era suicide pills. It’s that bad. Over the last few years I’ve gotten a lot better about this bad habit, but every so often something catches my eye. Especially new tech. I’ve been
  • Jordan Vezina
    This is a 3-part series on what I do each day to stay in top condition in my forties. 2019 was a pretty big year for me, both personally and professionally. A big part of this was realizing that I had not really modified my training, nutrition and lifestyle habits as I entered my 40s. This led to me realizing at 43 that I was a bit overweight, not as healthy as I should be
  • Jordan Vezina
    Author: Jordan Vezina ​Jordan​ is the founder and co-owner of Average To Elite Performance in Palo Alto, California. A former Marine and bodyguard Jordan is now a Z-Health Master Trainer and kettlebell specialist who spends his spare time writing novels and watching his dog sleep. ​​I was an infantry Marine in a special unit from 1997-2001. Then I went active in the reserves in 2005 while I was also working in executive protection and later
  • Jordan Vezina
    Top 5 Keto Mistakes by Jordan Vezina Author: Jordan Vezina ​Jordan​ is the founder and co-owner of Average To Elite Performance in Palo Alto, California. A former Marine and bodyguard Jordan is now a Z-Health Master Trainer and kettlebell specialist who spends his spare time writing novels and watching his dog sleep. ​I started working with the ketogenic diet in April of 2019. This was after a long history of studying nutrition and trying all
  • Emily Vezina
    A simple trip to the grocery store can feel completely overwhelming these days. With so many options and varieties of foods, it can be hard to determine what’s best for our bodies and lifestyles. What are the healthiest options? Which ingredients should we be looking to add, and which ones should we be avoiding? If you’re putting your trust in food manufactures to tell you what’s “good” and what’s “bad” then you may end up

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  1. Hi Jordan, thanks much for this. Wanted to add another endorsement of Whoop. Have had it for just over 5 weeks now. It’s been really helpful with my training and particularly recovery. Whoop understands before I do when I am running myself down (my recovery tanks a day or so before I start really noticing symptoms), and it encourages me to “go for it” when my recovery is strong. The sleep quality information it provides has been very helpful in assessing work stress (which I’m often not aware of until it leads to physical setbacks).
    For endurance athletes, it does a great job with energy expenditure too (not so much for those primarily focused on strength, or those doing long relatively low intensity workouts as it is based on HR info). It’s helped me, even in these 5 weeks, push my biking to another level, because now I rest when I really need it and push when I can, rather than just “go for it” all the time even when feeling a bit run down.
    I’ve never had a tool like this, and I absolutely love it. Thanks for recommending it to me!

    1. Thanks Margot! Yes, we’ve been getting some great feedback from everyone who’s come on board.

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