When you’re training to be faster, stronger or just in the best shape of your life, you probably rely on data to measure your gains. You know your best 800-meter times, how many consecutive pull-ups you can do, what kind of weight you can safely squat and how long you can ride your bike before you risk your legs falling off.
But that’s all external data based on what you’re doing. What about data based on how you’re doing, health-wise?
InsideTracker is a new tool that allows anyone (it’s geared toward athletes, but, like, not necessarily super serious athletes) to get a clear measure of their health based on bloodwork results. Not only that, but it provides suggestions based on those results.
We’re kind of living in the future, guys.