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A new feature has been rolled out to some of the Fitbit smartwatches and fitness trackers. Called the Daily Readiness Score, the feature would be able to tell the user if their bodies are ready for a workout and whether they ought to exercise on a particular day or not. The feature was announced back in August this year
The Daily Readiness Score is an amalgamation of three components: your recent sleep scores, heart rate variability (HRV) and daily activity which is measured via your Fitbit device when worn on a daily basis. “Calculated during your deep sleep, HRV is a great measure of recovery. A higher HRV is better, meaning your body can easily transition from rest to activity, and back. Sometimes stress, overexertion or onset of an illness can lower your HRV and impact your readiness to exercise.”, says the company.
These three components will be measured against your baseline and as your fitness levels increase, the scores will adjust accordingly.
You will get a personalised score each morning, suggesting the recommended activity levels for that day. The idea is to help the fitness enthusiast in you (if you have already become one) realise that putting a large amount of effort every single day could lead to injuries.
If you get a high score, then it means that a workout is recommended that day. On the contrary, if you get a low score, then it means you need rest.
As per the company, the Daily Readiness Score will be available in the Fitbit app for Premium members with Fitbit Sense, Versa 3, Versa 2, Charge 5, Luxe and Inspire 2 devices.
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