Government & Military

AI-powered fitness training for service members and first responders

Built on 25 years of science and evidence-based research, PEAR Health Labs' adaptive fitness platform utilizes biometric data to improve strength, stamina, speed and mobility while reducing the risks of injury, illness and associated costs.








Military and government communities strive to optimize performance, prevent injury and illness and reduce costs.

Physical fitness tests for all branches of the military and first responders have different exercises and standards that evolve over time. Consequently, optimal health and performance cannot be achieved through a one-size-fits-all approach.


PEAR Health Labs' precision training plans help military service members and government employees train smarter thanks to individualized, data-driven training plans and health insights.

PEAR delivers hyper-personalized training plans, guidance and insights to individuals and their care teams. The platform tracks the user's progress and adapts its precision training based on performance, biometrics and contextual inputs, like whether they have an injury or illness.

The PEAR Early Warning Health Intervention Platform (EWHIP) has the potential to change the landscape of preventative care in the Air Force. To be the strongest in the world, we must be the healthiest which means identifying health issues before they present a problem. PEAR Training Intelligence® will make it possible to track, assess and change how we keep Airmen at optimal performance levels.

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Fit Warrior Mom

Fit Warrior Mom (FWM) is a postpartum fitness and wellness solution that creates personalized, adaptive training plans for each user.

Working with the United States Air Force (USAF), PEAR Health Labs is developing an app that will guide postnatal warrior moms to return to physical and mental readiness and pass the Physical Fitness Test (PFT) within 12 months of childbirth. The app also provides education and access to resources for all stages of the postpartum journey. FWM is a custom scalable solution that does not rely on face-to-face instruction and it is available 24/7, regardless of location. Read more here.

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PEAR Training Intelligence®

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Expands care team capacity

Pinpoints areas that require intervention in order to meet mental and physical health standards

Enhances job-specific fitness, leading to measurable improvements in retention and readiness

Reduces hours lost to preventable illness or injury

Helps lower health care costs across government and military divisions


“I am proud to be working with the team at PEAR Sports to deliver a scalable digital solution for prenatal and postpartum Airmen to pass their PFT and return to active duty.”

Technical Sergeant Caleb Pearson
U.S. Air Force

Case Study

PEAR Health Labs completed a five-year study on 1,500 inactive adults, measuring the outcomes of customized fitness plans given to each individual that matched their uniqe phsiology and performance levels.

Results shows significant improvements in fitness, resting heart rate and perceived energy levels. Participants also experienced significant reductions in body mass index (BMI) and cholesterol levels.

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In the PEAR Training Intelligence® group, 89% of participants reached their desired goal event. This result was achieved for five consecutive years.

Only 9% of the control group achieved their designated goals. 

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Field-tested with more than 10,000 athletes and proven for more than 25 years

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Project Achilles

A personnel readiness platform prototype for the Department of the Air Force (DAF) that replaced 200 applications running on 111 different legacy systems. The project was sponsored by major DAF stakeholders, including the 711th Human Performance Wing, 59th Medical Wing, Air Force Research Labs, and DAF Personnel Center.

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An early warning health intervention platform for the 59th Medical Wing to predict and ultimately prevent major health causes or mortality - notably cardiometabolic health - based on biometric data. The platform will measure improvements, plateauing or decreasing in each individual's health over time.

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CRATUS and Rosalind Franklin University

Working closely with Rosalind Franklin University on a joint research Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) project, CRATUS created new digital health signatures based on PEAR machine learning algorithms to detect a range of health and performance conditions through the fusion of sensor and biometric data. The goal is to provide early detection of injuries and apply the correct prescription of care and rehabilitation focused on lower limb MSK.

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