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What is Daily Readiness Score?
Daily Readiness Score uses your Fitbit data to assess whether you're ready to work out or should prioritize recovery. Over time, it will help you understand how your activity levels, sleep patterns and heart rate variability from previous days contribute to how energized you feel today. Watch this video to learn more.
How is Daily Readiness Score calculated?
The score compares your recent activity, sleep and heart rate variability (HRV) levels against your personal baseline.
What does a high or low score mean?
A high score means you’re ready for a higher-intensity workout. A low score means your body is fatigued from a tough workout, poor sleep, stress or strain on the body—or a combination of these factors. Prioritize rest & recovery on low score days. See what to expect on high- and low-score days below.
Which Fitbit products work with Daily Readiness Score?
Available for Fitbit Premium members using Google Pixel Watch 2, Google Pixel Watch, Sense 2, Sense, Versa 4, Versa 3, Versa 2, Charge 6, Charge 5, Inspire 3, Inspire 2 and Luxe.
First a score, then guidance
Setting you up for success
Daily Readiness provides more than a score. You'll also receive personalized Active Zone Minutes goals based on your score and fitness level—then see workouts that can help you reach the next level and stretch sessions to help you recover.
What gets measured—and why
Activity is a key ingredient for health, but long-term well-being isn’t best achieved by pushing yourself to your physical limits every day. Gauging fatigue—and taking time to rest—is critical to gaining all the benefits of your effort.
Sufficient, consistent rest is a vital component to your energy levels. Your Daily Readiness Score uses your recent sleep patterns to gauge your energy levels.
Heart rate variability
Heart rate variability (HRV) is the variance in time between heartbeats while you're asleep. A high variability is a positive sign of readiness and will contribute to a high score. Low variability is often connected with increased stress or strain on the body, leading to less energy.
Daily Readiness Score compatibility
Available for Fitbit Premium members using Google Pixel
Watch 2, Google Pixel Watch, Sense 2, Sense, Versa 4, Versa
3, Versa 2, Charge 6, Charge 5, Inspire 3, Inspire 2 and Luxe.
Daily Readiness requires a Fitbit Premium membership. Premium content recommendations are not available in all locales and may be in English only.