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Auckland University of Technology (AUT) Research Study

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30.07.2021
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Wild is assisting in research conducted by PhD candidate Kim Santabarbara at Auckland University of Technology's Sports Performance Research Institute, supervised by Dr Eric Helms, PhD, Dr Stacy Sims, PhD and Dr Nigel Harris, PhD. Kim's research investigates the effect of menstrual cycle phases on strength training performance outcomes and psychological effects in women.

Study participants are able to join Kim's research study within the Wild app, which is customised to her needs in terms of wellness and training session tracking. Participants can also log their LH test results, while educational features and recommendations from the app are turned off to minimise any bias.

We're so excited to be part of this exciting research in the female physiology space.

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Wild is assisting in research conducted by PhD candidate Kim Santabarbara at Auckland University of Technology's Sports Performance Research Institute, supervised by Dr Eric Helms, PhD, Dr Stacy Sims, PhD and Dr Nigel Harris, PhD. Kim's research investigates the effect of menstrual cycle phases on strength training performance outcomes and psychological effects in women.

Study participants are able to join Kim's research study within the Wild app, which is customised to her needs in terms of wellness and training session tracking. Participants can also log their LH test results, while educational features and recommendations from the app are turned off to minimise any bias.

We're so excited to be part of this exciting research in the female physiology space.

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