Why Active Movement Coaching?
Many companies have now had experience with online exercise courses and have found that the participation rate drops after just a few weeks. The reason for this is the monotony that often prevails. Movements are usually only demonstrated and not individually instructed, the units have no clear focus and there is no exchange between the coaches and the participants.
We have also had experience with this and have worked with experts to develop a course format limited to 12 units that can do much more. Our online seminar series offers a mixture of knowledge input on the most relevant musculoskeletal disorders, appropriate pain prevention with parallel guided exercises and individual tips on ergonomic working. In this way, we not only get participants to move - correctly - but also impart relevant knowledge and self-help tips for a long-term pain-free (working) life. At the same time, the open group coaching approach counteracts the monotony of unidirectional course formats.
How does a course unit work?
At the beginning, the respective topic is introduced with the help of a short presentation and the participants are given brief and easy-to-understand information on, for example, the muscular structures involved and their function. Classic postural errors and pain patterns that frequently occur in this area are addressed and recommendations for better posture, ergonomic furnishings and movement behavior are given, followed by various guided stretching, mobility and strengthening exercises. At the same time, the instructor coaches the participants individually via the camera. At the end of the course, participants can ask questions and get individual tips and recommendations from the coach.