Start the workday with dynamic stretches
Get work ready!
Dynamic Warm up and Stretch Programs
Preparing your workers for the task ahead helps improve performance and reduce the risk of injury.
At Employ Health we develop dynamic warm-up procedures for your workplace that are specifically designed for the demands of the task. Our programs are supported by up to date research proving the effectiveness of our techniques.
“When done correctly, a dynamic warm up increases performance which increase your workplace productivity.”
Programs tailored to meet your needs
We offer a comprehensive range of customised programs, including:
- Site assessments to investigate the demands of the tasks performed
- Development of site/task specific dynamic warm up/stretch programs
- Training seminars
- Demonstration posters
- “How to’ DVDs
- Strategic roll out programs
- Gamification based compliance and monitoring solutions
The Employ Health Difference
Part of the art of developing successful dynamic warm up programs is engaging your employees. Our participation levels are generally very high due to the customised, incentive based gamification techniques we develop specifically for your workplace. We also enable you to track employee progress and compliance using Employ Health’s innovative IT platform.
Healthy workers, healthy workplace
BENEFITS TO YOUR EMPLOYEES
- Improved readiness for work
- Reduced risk of injury
- Reduced risk of muscle stiffness and soreness
BENEFITS TO YOUR BUSINESS
- Improves alertness and concentration
- Promotes teamwork and worker engagement
- Reduces risk of sprain/strain injury
We get your workforce work ready!
We believe dynamic warm ups are superior to static stretching because they elevate the core body temperature, enhance motor unit excitability, improve kinesthetic awareness and maximise active ranges of joint movement.
This is supported by multiple research studies, including the 2010 American College of Sports Medicine which specifically advises against static stretching before workouts or competitions as it may harm maximal performance. Similarly, the 2011 European College of Sports Scientists issued a position statement saying that static stretching could “diminish” athletic performance.
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