A simple way to measure what matters
PAI measures the heart health impact of your physical activity and guides you to a longer, healthier life.
PAI (Personal Activity Intelligence) is a science-backed health score that measures the heart health impact of physical activity.
It gives you a personalized score, based on your profile and heart rate data to tell you if you’re doing enough, measuring what matters and keeping you motivated.
PAI works with popular wearable devices to customize to your profile factoring in sex, age, and resting/maximum heart rate.
The proprietary algorithm calculates a PAI Score using personal profile data and heart rate data on a rolling 7-day basis.
Maintaining a weekly PAI Score of 100 or more is associated with an average 25% risk reduction in cardiovascular disease mortality.
Start understanding the impact of everything you do on your heart, not just exercise and steps.
Makes sense of heart rate data and translates it into one meaningful number to focus on.
Recognizes all activity that gets your heart pumping and body moving, and works for all fitness levels.
A validated prescription for physical activity to optimize your cardiovascular health.
Tailored to you and adapts as you progress.
"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."
"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.”