Maintaining 100 PAI is proven to reduce the mortality risk of cardiovascular disease by up to 25%. While 100 PAI is a universal goal for every person, it is also personalized to each individual, based on their age, sex and heart rate. So the amount of physical activity necessary to achieve 100 PAI is unique to each individual.
Articles in this section
- What are PAI points?
- How is PAI calculated?
- What is cardiorespiratory fitness and why is it so important?
- Am I benefiting from PAI if I'm not maintaining 100 PAI?
- What is PAI?
- What are the health benefits of PAI?
- Where do I see my PAI score?
- What does your PAI score mean and what is the significance of 100?
- Why is PAI calculated over 7 days?
- Do you need to exercise every day to reach 100 PAI?