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PAI Algorithm further validated as an effective means of physical activity recommendation

A recent study was conducted on over 56,000 American adults confirming that Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI) could be associated with lowering all-cause and cardiovascular disease mortality across diverse populations. The Aerobic Center Longitudinal Study (ACLS) followed 56,175... Read More

PAI & Today's Physical Activity Guidelines

How does PAI fit within today's physical activity guidelines? The World Health Organization (WHO) , American Heart Association (AHA) , and other organizations around the world recommend 150 minutes of moderate or 75 minutes of vigorous physical activity per week for optimal health benefits. Read More

Will PAI work with my device?

The PAI Health app currently supports Fitbit, Apple Watch, and Garmin wearable devices - and we have plans to add many more! Google Fit, Samsung, and other brands will be added to the PAI Health app in the near future. If you'd like to be the first to know about these device integrations, join... Read More

How Physical Activity can help Reduce Stress

Physical activities, such as jogging, workout routines, dancing, and bicycling are good for your body and for your mind. Almost any form of exercise, from low intensity activities like yoga to high intensity activities like a Tabata class can act as a stress reliever, no matter your fitness level. Read More

Planning your weekly PAI - How to "Bank" PAI Points

Life can get in the way of your weekly physical activities, and when that happens it helps to have a plan. Here are a few ways you can plan your weekly PAI to stay on track! Read More

What is Fitness Age?

When you registered for the PAI Health app, you may have noticed something we call your Fitness Age. Your Fitness Age is a dynamic number, reflecting your current cardiorespiratory fitness level and is calculated using your heart rate and demographic data. Read More

Earn PAI from your Living Room

There are many reasons why you may want to work out from home - it can be difficult to know where to start, though! We've compiled 9 different exercises, no weights required, that you can do right from your living room to get you started. Read More

7 Low Impact Ways to Earn PAI

Not everyone can run a marathon, quickly jump rope, or do a vigorous high intensity workout routine - and that's okay! PAI Health is designed to meet you where you're at, and recognizes all activity types. With that in mind, we've compiled 7 low impact activities that will get your body moving, your heart pumping, and earn you some PAI. Read More

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 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 moving. Read More