Your health is so much more than just your daily activities. It’s a reflection of your holistic well-being, from getting enough sleep and proper nutrition to practicing mindfulness and participating in physical activity.
So why is it so many digital fitness products only focus on measuring performance with binary, isolated pieces of the puzzle: solely counting steps, calories, or minutes?
When we partnered with adidas to create All Day, a product designed to empower behavior change and help people lead healthier lives, we began by asking fundamental questions about the role that technology has played in health services to date, and what could be done differently.
All Day, available as an Android or iOS app, uses science-based models for behavioral change to encourage people to build new habits that stick.
After a first wave of fitness trackers focused solely on the numerical outcome of exercise, All Day transcends initial capabilities by using nuanced analysis and modeling to form a more complete picture of the results of a healthy lifestyle.
So how is All Day different? The product is designed to be a personal guide to well-being, helping users explore four pillars of complete wellness: nutrition, movement, mindset, and rest.