Category: EXI in the news

  • Grace McNamara: Embracing Health, Fitness, Positivity, Partnership, and Preventative Care in Personal and Professional Life

    Having begun her career more than two decades ago, Grace McNamara is deeply committed to health, fitness, positivity, partnership, and preventative care both in her personal and professional life. Her unwavering passion for making a positive impact, acquiring knowledge, being truthful, and taking ownership has guided her towards a career that is in harmony with Read more...

  • The Pharmaceutical Journal

    Fitness app gives patients with long-term conditions a prescription for exercise. A good, option for anyone looking for a gradual introduction to fitness.

  • Frontline Magazine

    June 2020

  • How people with long-term conditions are staying active while shielding

    Keeping physically and mentally well during the coronavirus has been hard for many of us, but for those living with a long-standing health condition, it’s an even bigger challenge....

  • NHS-Approved EXI Supports Government Guidelines For ‘Exercise On Prescription’ To Tackle Obesity

    The obesity crisis is one which government has been trying to tackle for decades. Now paired with the current pandemic, it is clearer than ever that a simple and effective solution is required. NHS-approved EXI could be an excellent start point for people as it provides a free, safe and simple solution to tackle obesity.

  • Why physical activity should be front and centre in the war against obesity

    “It’s become easier to pop a pill than get out and move. We have to go back to basics and remind ourselves that our bodies were designed to move. Drugs can never replicate the same profound physiological effects that exercise has on the body.” EXI Co-Founder discusses solutions to the state of the nation’s health.

  • Product profile: EXI

    Research highlights the need to include prescribed exercise in the management of chronic health conditions. “EXI fills a huge void in the market for safe, effective support for the sedentary, older adults, and those with chronic health conditions who perhaps would like to exercise but don’t know where to start,” says EXI co-founder.

  • One of London’s top digital health innovators

    EXI is one of 20 companies selected for the Accelerator programme for digital solutions that have the highest potential to meet London’s NHS challenges. The Accelerator aims to speed up the adoption of technology in the NHS, relieving pressure on services and empowering patients to manage their health.

  • EXI’s CEO speaks to Health Tech World about her plans for growth

    EXI welcomes Grace McNamara as CEO. Grace had led Apple's health & fitness strategic initiatives and will drive EXI's mission to reform digital health: “There is more opportunity to leverage technology [in healthcare], with the right evidence and right support.”

  • SME of the Week: EXI – Revolutionising the delivery of care in the pandemic

    EXI Co-Founder explains how the app has not only adapted to the challenges of the pandemic but created tailored exercise prescriptions specifically for those with COVID-19: “There is the ability to reduce risk of how the virus may affect a patient.”