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3 Tips to Success with PAI

We have some tips and tricks to make your PAI experience even better, and to make sure the app is capturing all the physical activities you're doing. Read More

Getting Started: How to Earn PAI

Earning PAI each day is personalized to you - your maximum heart rate, resting heart rate, and more. We've broken down a few activity levels at different intensity levels so that you can get inspiration and ideas on things to do to get your heart rate up. Read More

How I lost 18 lbs in my first 3 months working at PAI Health

By: Anup Saund, Lead Software Engineer at PAI Health     PAI changed me for the better. Within 3 months of being hired, I lost 18 lbs of body weight and improved my V02 Max from below average to average (reaching a V02 max over 50).  I started working at PAI Health in... Read More

The Science Behind PAI [INFOGRAPHIC]

Take a look at this comprehensive infographic to learn more about the science behind PAI and why we value heart health so much. Read More

Top 8 Activities that Earn the Most PAI

Want to know what sports to play or what machines to use at the gym to earn the most PAI? Well, here it is. The top 8 activities that will help you earn the most PAI in the shortest amount of time, ranked from highest to lowest. 1. Cross-country skiing Cross-country... Read More

How PAI is Calculated

When Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI™) was developed, it was done so with the primary goal of impacting people's long-term health. In the years following the HUNT Study, which proved PAI can help people live longer, healthier lives, we have discovered that the... Read More

Study Proves PAI Reduces Health Risks From Sedentary Lifestyle

  Sitting for up to 7 hours is the norm at workplaces around the world, but a new study shows that  Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI)  can help combat the risk of lifestyle-related disease such as cardiovascular disease, regardless of sedentary lifestyle. The study was... Read More

How To Calculate Your Heart Rate Zones

Without an activity tracker, it's hard to know whether your workouts are improving your health and fitness. It can take weeks, sometimes even months, to notice a physical change. But understanding our heart rate zones allow us to communicate with our body during exercise. Here are... Read More

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3 Activities To Increase Your Heart Rate

  The heart beats 100,000 times a day, is the size of your fist, and creates enough energy to drive a truck 20 miles. Yes, the heart is our hardest working and most important muscle. And while Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI) makes it easy to understand what our heart is... Read More