Running reduces stress and keeps you fit, both physically and mentally. You can also go running anywhere, anytime – as long as you’re not injured. How to help your staff jog healthily and safely.
Jogging is an ideal way of taking a break from your often stressful everyday working life: it doesn’t take much to get started. The right running technique, good running shoes and realistic goals will prevent injury.
Running strengthens your muscles, heart, lungs, bones and immune system and helps to burn fat. Anyone who runs on a regular basis knows that jogging makes you happy. The body produces feel-good hormones that lift our mood. Your eyes can also relax while you’re outdoors – a relief after all the artificial light and screen time.
Jogging is one of the most popular sports. It can be enjoyed at any age – and relatively safely. Serious injuries are rare. Nevertheless, it makes sense for companies to raise awareness among their staff, thereby protecting them from accidents. Running injuries have increased significantly compared to previous years:
Knowledge is the best protection for your employees: what should they watch out for when they go running? Where are the potential dangers and what is the best way to prevent injuries?
Use our free informational material. Below you can find leaflets, posters and flyers featuring useful tips for every fitness level, which you can download and print. Your employees can watch the entertaining videos to find out what to consider when jogging. And the blog posts will help them consolidate and apply techniques. For healthy, happy staff.
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