Shreyas Iyer, an Indian cricketer, has announced a partnership with Ultrahuman, an advanced metabolic fitness platform, to use technology to improve and optimise his performance on and off the field.
Shreyas Iyer has been utilising Ultrahuman M1, a platform for continuous glucose monitoring, to gather actionable information and enhance his fitness levels. Ultrahuman is a wearable patch that is based on an app.
Shreyas Iyer said. “Ultrahuman gives me better insights into my performance, training, and my diet, which help me be more focused, feel good and give my best on and off the field.”
Ultrahuman is the world’s most advanced metabolic fitness platform. By using glucose and other biomarkers, they are helping people improve their energy levels, lose fat and avoid metabolic disorders.
“We’ve seen some phenomenal results with our athletes lately and the Ultrahuman platform is evolving to be a top notch sports performance platform. With the latest partnership with Shreyas, we are taking it to the next level.” said Mohit Kumar, Founder and CEO, Ultrahuman.
The Ultrahuman M1 monitors the wearer’s metabolic rate throughout the day. According to the firm, it sends timely nudges to the user, such as alerts to a high blood glucose incident and suggestions to go for a walk to lower their glucose levels.
Users of the “Ultrahuman M1” can track their metabolic health while receiving smart nudges based on glucose indicators. Based on detailed insights from the platform, this helps users maximise their exercise, sleep, and nutrition.