How is the Activity Score calculated?
Your Activity Score is calculated based on recorded workouts and steps
If you do not record a workout for a day, it will be based on steps only (as shown in the screenshot below).
To achieve an Activity Score of 100:
- There has to be 12 hours of the day where there were more than 250 steps per hour
- The calories burnt for the day exceeded your Daily Goal ("My Daily Goals" can be set on the Settings page)
What do the Biostrap wristband and activity pod track?
Your Biostrap wristband and activity pod can track your daily biometrics and activities. The Wristband records your steps, sleep, calories burned, resting heart rate, heart rate variability, respiratory rate and blood oxygen saturation. Biostrap's ...
Recovery Score Detail Page
Similar to our Sleep Score, the Recovery Score on your dashboard will further explain how well you've recovered from the previous day. Besides your overall Score, the detail page also includes four contributing factors considered to calculate the ...
Understanding Sleep Score
The Sleep Score is a relative measure of the quality of today’s sleep session with respect to the quality of your Biostrap sleep sessions over the past 3 to 30 days. The sleep score calculation uses the following 10 factors: Total Sleep Time Sleep ...
Can an activity be recorded without the Activity Pod
Yes, any activities may be recorded with just the wristband, but we recommend also using one of our external heart rate monitors — the Arm Band or the Chest Strap — for accurate caloric expenditure calculations. To have GPS tracking for your ...
Does Biostrap show a recovery score?
Yes, we recently debuted our Recovery Score! We compute the Recovery Score using today's resting heart rate, nocturnal HRV, Sleep Score, and sleep efficiency. RHR Factor - We don't use the baseline Resting Heart Rate for the Recovery Score. Instead, ...