Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
Patrick Samy's background as a tennis player and why he created Span
How to maintain a healthy quality of life
How Span uses people's health data and metrics to help improve their health
Patrick discuss the benefits of matching people with a health coach
How data helps in improving human behavior
Patrick explains the importance and future of data
Why many traditional healthcare providers don't rely on patient's health data from Apps
Patrick shares some Span success stories
Patrick talks about the people he admires
In this episode…
To live a healthier quality of life, it is essential to focus not only on what you eat but also on your sleep, mental health, and exercise. Recently, thanks to technological advancements, people are in a position to use various tools to track and monitor key areas of their lives through wearables such as the Apple Watch and Oura Ring.
Having faced many challenges monitoring his own health, Patrick Samy decided to start Span to help others facing the same challenges to improve their health by leveraging the data and metrics provided by wearables. He helps them monitor and improve sleep, diet, and exercise, and he even matches them to a qualified health coach.
In this episode of The Fit Growth Machine Podcast, Brian Roisentul is joined by Patrick Samy, the Co-founder and CEO of Span, to talk about unlocking better health and longevity using data-driven metrics. Patrick explains how to live a healthy quality of life, the importance of data, and the benefits of using Span. Stay tuned.
Resources mentioned in this episode:
Brian Roisentul on LinkedIn
Patrick Samy on LinkedIn
Patrick Samy on Twitter
Andrew Huberman on LinkedIn
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