Performance Lab

Performance Lab changes lives through fitness and wellness coaching. A pioneer in the use of monitoring technology, Performance Lab built the first commercial sports lab in the world 20 years ago, and since then has collected data involving tens of thousands of athletes and users at all levels. For 15 years data was collected largely in the lab; for the last five years it has been collected exclusively in the field using wearable sensors, providing Performance Lab with a vast amount of unparalleled domain expertise. Bringing together this unique perspective with sports science, coaching and technology to understand and formulate the correlations between data, activity types, and performance results, Performance Lab created the ARDA Coaching Engine. Performance Lab has been using and refining its ARDA coaching methodology as the foundation of its corporate health and wellness services, with tremendous success. Of the hundreds of casual sportspeople and sedentary individuals we have trained for a half marathon, 90% of the participants reached the start line – and every one of them finished. These rates are triple the industry average. The ARDA Coaching Engine was conceived by Performance Lab co-founder Jon Ackland, an internationally regarded exercise physiologist and sports performance consultant whose clients include world champions and world record holders across a number of disciplines. Including: Terrenzo Bozzone, triathlon; All Blacks, rugby; Team New Zealand, America’s Cup; and the New Zealand national triathlon, rowing and cycling squads.
Company Growth (employees)
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Private
HQ
Auckland, NZ
Size (employees)
12 (est)
Performance Lab is headquartered in Auckland, NZ

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Performance Lab has offices in Auckland and San Francisco
Auckland, NZ (HQ)
48 Enterprise St
San Francisco, US
101a 185 Clara St
Auckland, NZ
Birkenhead Ave

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Lin-Manuel Miranda shares how we can help Orlando victims at #Ham4Orlando

Once a week, the Tony Award-winning Hamilton takes a break from its online ticket lottery and gives fans outside of the theatre a chance to win.  That would be reason enough to stand in line, but people also get a short performance, labeled #Ham4Ham. Lin-Manuel Miranda introduced Wednesday'…

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