Exercise Intelligence

We help millions accelerate the achievement of their most challenging health goals

Exercise Intelligence

Exercise. It’s a powerful thing. It can improve our physical and psychological health. It can manage, treat, and even prevent certain conditions. For many, it’s a life-changer.

For years, research has shown the benefits of physical activity, but we’ve never had the tools to release its full potential. Most healthcare professionals have been able to give recommendations, but not personalized programs. Provide advice, but not monitor real-time adherence. There has never been a seamless way to use exercise as a targeted treatment for all.

Until now.

More people. More active. More impact.


At the core of everything we do is engaging people who are the hardest to reach, have low confidence in their ability to succeed and are quick to quit.

With multiple behavior change methodologies embedded in the experience, we tap into personal motivations and empower sustainable lifestyle changes.


EXI is the only medical software to enable every person to automatically get a personal physical activity program that safely builds on the medical guidelines for multiple chronic conditions, medications, resting heart rate and activity level.

We meet people where they are and the personal program adapts weekly to each person and their changing health status.

Health outcomes

We use wearable technology to seamlessly track and trend the health improvements and costs savings for each member.

We track and trend the health improvements of exercise minutes, steps, intensity, heart rate, weight, blood pressure, blood glucose, pain, fatigue, mood, symptoms and more.

Founded on
Science and Research

EXI is committed to scientific research that advances the credibility of digitally-delivered physical activity and behavior change.

We partner with clinical and academic institutions to demonstrate the effectiveness of EXI in managing long-term health conditions and co-morbidities, both in terms of outcomes and adherence.

We prove that digital programs are effective – when designed to reach every person, inspire engagement and improve population health.

We prove with industry research alongside our research that user characteristics and behaviors are associated with greater success on the EXI program.

See the Evidence

Led by Health Experts

A team with decades of experience in healthcare, physical activity, behavior change and technology.
A team with a vision of a world where the prevalence, impact and cost of long-term health conditions is dramatically reduced thanks to physical activity as a lifestyle medicine.

EXI is the Global MedTech Parther for the ACSM Exercise is Medicine® program

“This best-in-class, intelligent platform has the capability of truly making an impact on the healthcare and fitness industries.”

ACSM CEO Kristin Belleson.

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To say that EXI has changed my life is an understatement. 19 weeks ago, I was overweight and incredibly unfit. Then I joined EXI and was hooked. Having a workout plan tailored to me has been a crucial part of my success.  Knowing that my health issues are being factored in gave me the confidence to throw myself into this. If you’re considering downloading an exercise app, I strongly recommend this one.

EXI Member

I have found EXI very straightforward to use and it has definitely made me more active. The app also links with other apps so any other activity you do shows in EXI. Keeping a track on all your stats is very handy as you see a week-by-week account of where you are. Motivational messages on your activity target are really good as it does give you a little buzz to carry on.

EXI member

EXI is a good conscience on my shoulder. It allows me to monitor what I am doing, and the linked GPS tracker is really handy to know how far I have walked. Thank you for your encouragement, the messages are rewarding and make you reflect how to go beyond a bronze star. With leukemia and reactive arthritis, I need a bit of a push, but I also need to watch myself!

EXI member

The information on the patients was really fascinating and a useful tool to identify the [people] motivated, ambivalent or not ready to make a lifestyle change.  What they say in the consultation and what they then do after enrolling in the programme is so useful to me, so I know which tactic I need to adopt when I next speak to them, whether that is putting on the brakes and working them up more or stepping on the gas for those in a determined place.

Dietician at Barts Hospital

If physical activity were a drug, we would refer to it as a miracle cure, due to the great many illnesses it can prevent and help treat.

UK Chief Medical Officers