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How Wearables are Making Customers’ Lives Better, Making Insurance More Appealing

Customers today are craving a more personal approach from the companies they buy from. When insurers encourage customers to improve their health by offering wearables, they kick-start a relationship rooted in empathy and caring.

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A History of PAI Science and How it was Developed

Data from the HUNT study was used to develop and validate PAI as an effective tool in prescribing personalized amounts of life-extending physical activity. It was determined that if a person achieved and maintained 100 weekly PAI, they would lower their risk of cardiovascular disease

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Sitting All Day Isn’t Bad if You Do Enough Physical Activity

As a society, we’ve been so focused on the dangers of being sedentary. But the reality is many of us must be sedentary because of our office jobs. Today, the most physical activity people can get from 9-5 is walking around the office. Sure, you can get a treadmill desk or trade your chair for...

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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...

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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.

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The Critical Vital Sign You're Probably Missing

Cardiorespiratory fitness You probably know your height and weight. You might know your blood pressure, cholesterol, temperature, or blood sugar. But do you know your VO 2 max? VO 2 max is your body’s maximum rate of oxygen consumption, and it’s used to measure your...

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How to Set Fitness Goals You Can Stick With

There are many benefits to making fitness an integral part of your life—from increased energy levels to weight management, greater strength, flexibility, endurance, and more.

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