Training Frequency

Training frequency measures how often you’ve had medium or high activities over the past 7 days. Optimal training frequency is key to maintaining and developing your cardiovascular fitness. To stay in balance and to boost your activity score, the recommended amount of training days is 3 to 5 times a week. To be counted as a training day, the minimum amount of exercise can be e.g. 10 minutes of jogging or 45 minutes of brisk walking. 


It’s also good to keep in mind that several factors affect the recommended training frequency. These factors include age and gender, as well as how well you have recovered. It’s good to take your readiness score into account when planning your exercise (i.e. have an easy training day or a recovery day when your Readiness is low). Oura recommends having at least 2 recovery days per week.

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