PAI stands for Personal Activity Intelligence. PAI reflects the heart health benefits from physical activity helping to optimize your path to a longer, healthier life.
PAI gives you a score based on the past 7 days of activity. Your ultimate goal should be to maintain 100 PAI or more.
You earn PAI points by elevating your heart rate. Anything that gets your body moving and your heart pumping counts - not just exercise and steps.
The higher your heart rate and the longer your heart rate is elevated, the more PAI you earn, allowing you to get healthy in less time by increasing the intensity.
PAI was derived from the HUNT Study, one of the world’s largest health studies. It showed that consistently maintaining 100 PAI or more reduced the risk of cardiovascular disease mortality by an average of 25% and increased life expectancy by an average of 5 years. Decades of research has proven that cardiorespiratory fitness is one of the leading predictors of health and longevity.