iPhone SensusFit: The fitness data analytics app Apple Watch users have been waiting for!!!

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by BlueCopper, Apr 1, 2018.

  1. BlueCopper macrumors newbie

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    SensusFit: the fitness mobile app that Apple Watch users have been waiting for! A comprehensive, fitness data analytics tool, enabling Apple Watch users.

    www.sensusfit.com

    SensusFit is a fitness tracking and data analytics tool that empowers and enables Apple Watch users to visualize fitness and exercise data, keep track of progress over time and benchmark progress against friends and other users. SensusFit aims to motivate people to exercise and live more active healthier lives. Moreover, SensusFit App utilizes several data analytic tools and provides the user with fitness data analysis that help the user keep track of their fitness level.

    Data Analytics: SensusFit collects data from Apple Health App and analyses it and presents it to the user in-depth analysis of his/her daily fitness activity over time.

    Visualise: A picture is a thousand words, and SensusFit produces visual data by converting data into pictures, enabling users to visualise and make sense of fitness and exercise data.

    Track: SensusFit enables users to track fitness and exercise data over time, in great detail. SensusFit provides Daily, Weekly, Monthly and Yearly fitness tracking at the touch of a bottom.

    SensusFit Score: SensusFit also presents the SensusFit Score system which aggregates the user’s daily activity and intensity of the activities into a single number. SensusFit Score empowers users to keep track of their overall fitness activity in a single number, easy to visualise and track over time. SensusFit utilizes an algorithm to allocate to users, on a daily basis, SensusFit Score Points (pts), for each of the 12 daily activities: steps, stairs, distance, exercise minutes, workouts, stand hours, active hours, moderate minutes, vigorous minutes, resting energy, active energy, and total energy. The algorithm adjusts allocated pts to take into account the intensity of the activities. The scale of SensusFit Score is built to reflect the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommendations for daily physical activity for adults.

    Rank: SensusFit goes the extra mile. The ranking system enables users to visualise where they stand compared to other users, within their circle of friends, locally or globally.

    Motivate: SensusFit aims to motivate users to exercise more and live more active and healthy lives.

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  2. CobraPA macrumors 6502a

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    Welcome to macrumors. Do you have any Apple Watch screenshots?
     
  3. BlueCopper thread starter macrumors newbie

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    We are currently working on the Apple Watch functionality of the SensusFit App, but currently I am afraid that it is not available.
     
  4. BlueCopper thread starter macrumors newbie

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    SensusFit is breaking new ground in enabling Apple Watch users to track their moderate and vigorous intensity minutes on a daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis.

    www.sensusfit.com

    According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), adults aged 18–64 years, should do at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity or at least 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity physical activity throughout the week or an equivalent combination of moderate- and vigorous-intensity activity. For additional health benefits, adults should increase their moderate-intensity physical activity to 300 minutes per week, or equivalent.

    SensusFit App tracks your daily activity and utilizes an algorithm to measure your moderate-intensity and vigorous-intensity minutes of physical activity, where:

    Moderate Intensity Minutes: Physical activity minutes during which caloric consumption is equivalent to 3 to 6 Metabolic Equivalents (METs). For example: brisk walking, dancing, gardening, household chores, playing with kids.

    Vigorous Intensity Minutes: Physical activity minutes during which caloric consumption is equivalent to more than 6 Metabolic Equivalents (METs). For example: running, cycling, hill climbing, aerobics, swimming, competitive sports.

    Metabolic Equivalents (METs) are commonly used to express the intensity of physical activities. MET is the ratio of a person's working metabolic rate relative to their resting metabolic rate. One MET is defined as the energy cost of sitting quietly and is equivalent to a caloric consumption of 1kcal/kg/hour. It is estimated that compared with sitting quietly, a person's caloric consumption is three to six times higher when being moderately active (3-6 METs) and more than six times higher when being vigorously active (>6 METs).

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    SensusFit: Enabling Apple Watch Users
     
  5. BlueCopper thread starter macrumors newbie

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    All your daily fitness activity translated into a single number: the SensusFit F-SCORE

    www.sensusfit.com

    SensusFit utilizes an algorithm to allocate to you, on a daily basis, F-Score Points (pts), for each of the 12 daily activities: steps, stairs, distance, stand hours, active hours, exercise minutes, workouts, moderate minutes, vigorous minutes, resting energy, active energy, and total energy. The algorithm adjusts your allocated pts to take into account your heart rate intensity during your daily active time. The scale of F-Score is built to reflect the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommendations for daily physical activity for adults.

    The F-Score helps you track your fitness activity over time and against friends and other Apple Watch Users.

    Your daily targeted F-Score is 100 pts.

    When you earn 100 pts during a given day, it means that your daily physical activity matches the WHO recommendation: Adults aged 18–64 should do at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity throughout the week or do at least 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity throughout the week or an equivalent combination of moderate – and vigorous-intensity activity.

    For additional health benefits your daily targeted F-Score should be 150 pts.


    A score of 150 F-Score pts reflects the WHO recommendation for additional health benefits: adults should increase their moderate intensity aerobic physical activity to 300 minutes per week, or engage in 150 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity per week, or an equivalent combination of moderate – and vigorous – intensity activity.

    F-Score Scale


    The F-Score Scale, built to reflect the WHO recommendations as described above, starts from 0 with no upper limit, although, even a professional athlete will straggle to achieve more than 250 points on a consistent basis.

    For a healthy life, target to achieve, over time, an average F-Score of above 100 pts. Compare your average F-Score, over time, on the following scale in order to track your fitness level:

    Score Performance Range
    >250 Professional Athlete
    >200 Athletic
    >150 Exceptionally Fit
    >100 Well Fit
    >80 Moderately Fit
    >50 Minimally Fit
    >30 Non-Fit
    <30 In-Active

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    Accumulated Fitness: F-Score 30 Days Moving Average:

    Your current fitness level is the result of your overall physical activity over the last days. SensusFit App summarises your overall daily physical activity with your daily SensusFit Score (the F-Score). We estimate your current fitness level as the 30 days moving average of your daily F-Score, as an estimate of your current fitness level. In other words we estimate your current fitness level as the result of your overall physical activity over the last 30 days. SensusFit F-Score helps you visualise the progress of your fitness level over time at the touch of a button.

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  6. AUFan88 macrumors newbie

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  7. BlueCopper thread starter macrumors newbie

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    No we do not, sorry.
     
  8. TDHawks macrumors newbie

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    Am I able to change the heart rate zones to better suit my needs or is it a universal zone for all?
     
  9. BlueCopper thread starter macrumors newbie

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    The heart rates zones are automatically customised for each user based on the user's Maximum Heart Rate which is a function of the user's age, gender and weight. As such, the heart rate zones cannot be adjusted by the user.
     
  10. CobraPA macrumors 6502a

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    Maybe mods can move this, since there is no Apple Watch App?
     
  11. rdav macrumors 6502

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    Do we know when SensusFit will be made available for macOS ~ with a direct link/sync to the Health/app (or via an export file)?
     

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