One of the great things about PAI is that it can work for anyone — no matter their fitness level or lifestyle. PAI can be earned from a variety of activities including walking, running, cycling, chores, hula hooping, cartwheeling, and many more.
Check out how PAI made a difference in the lives of some of our community members:
"I would absolutely recommend using PAI to anybody. By getting the points that I’m getting, I know I’m doing something really positive for my health. So get on with it, get some PAI in your life!"
“It changed my lifestyle completely. I have lost 15 lbs and lowered my blood pressure in 8 months”
”What I like about PAI is I don’t have to worry about how many hours I work out - I just go based on the points.”
“PAI has made a real difference in my exercise as it really motivates me to get out and do exercise and increase my fitness”
“I was super excited to find a tracking system that wasn’t just trying to get me to 10,000 steps a day. That’s not how I exercise. It’s counting how your heart is doing, it’s counting your health.”
This PAI pilot was the most successful thing we have done that generated real positive change! Our employees loved the PAI metric as it was an accurate way of measuring physical activity and it made people realize they needed to push themselves more.
The analysis and direct feedback from users revealed that PAI was among the most popular aspects of the service: driving motivation for a more active life and improving customer engagement.
“PAI is the best example yet of how wearables can turn data about our bodies into tailored, actionable advice — and hopefully longer lives.”
“The beauty of the PAI measurement is that it is cumulative, incorporating the last few days' exercise, whether low or high intensity. As long as you remain above 100 PAI, you have achieved your health goal for the week.”
“PAI awards fair credit for all activities, regardless of steps, allowing people to do what they love. PAI also enables insurers to create individualized experiences for customers and explore wellness-centered value propositions that appeal to new generations of consumers.”
“By integrating with PAI Health, insurers can improve member engagement and satisfaction, as well as develop solutions that enable dynamic risk profiling and science-backed precision analytics. This will allow them to tackle the exponential rise in lifestyle diseases and rising claims costs head-on.”
“Since people with underlying conditions are more vulnerable to COVID-19 we need a solution that addresses the lifestyle risk factors and that is exactly what PAI Health offers... PAI Health is keeping an eye out for those that are more vulnerable during this pandemic.”
“PAI gives users a quick gauge for what their activity levels are doing for their heart health—and what they can do to improve it."”
“Rather than aim for one-size-fits-all fitness goals, like 10,000 steps, Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI summarized your body’s response to total physical activity.”
"The idea is to get an average of 100 points over an entire week, which you could earn through short stints of intense exercise, longer bouts of more moderate activity, or a combination of the two. Think of PAI as an index of how hard and how often you challenge your heart."
“The data is so clear. You don’t need to exercise every day; you just need to have 100 PAI per week.”
“…you earn PAI points based on your actual activity level, be it walking, running, swimming, weightlifting, or couch sitting. It’s that heart rate over time that counts, not steps or distance. This opens up a whole new world for us."
"PAI is designed to really show how hard you have worked your body, whether you've been sedentary or really pushed yourself, not simply just present you with the number of steps you've taken."