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Maintain momentum and foster a more active, healthy workforce

Building on the success of the step challenge, companies now have a prime opportunity to maintain momentum and continue fostering a more active, healthy workforce.

Following the competition with a series of trainings increases the likelihood of enduring behaviour change, particularly for those who may typically shy away from structured exercise.

This collection of trainings focuses primarily on emphasising the value of maintainig exercise as a regular part of our daily routine, explores effective behaviour change strategies to promote sustained action, and also provides specific guidance on how to engage in different exercise modalities safely and effectively.

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A snapshot of our physical activity package

Exercise for Life

Format: Training available as a pre-record or live session
Length: 45mins + Q&A

As the number of physically inactive individuals increases, so does the number of health issues, including the rise of chronic diseases rates and the proliferation of psychological conditions. When ingrained into one’s lifestyle, exercise can profoundly enhance our metabolic health and mental wellbeing.

 Some other key takeaways include:

  • This session looks at how exercise and physical activity can be included in our daily lifestyle in the most healthful and sustainable way to truly enhance longevity and life quality.​
  • Using research-driven strategies, participants will be given an understanding of how habits are developed, in addition to tips on how to tailor personal exercise behaviours in a way that integrates movement as a consistent feature in daily life.​​

Pain & Posture

Format: Training available as a pre-record or live session
Length: 45mins + Q&A

Chronic pain is a prevalent issue – based on data from a recent review, it affects between 35-51% of the UK population, and this problem is likely to continue to increase in accordance with our ageing population.

 Some other key takeaways include:

  • Identify signs and symptoms of musculoskeletal imbalance.
  • Assess current work practices to mitigate risks.
  • Learn how to implement self-care practices to improve structural health.

Basics of Strength Training

Format: Training available as a pre-record or live session
Length: 45mins + Q&A

The current WHO physical activity guidelines advise healthy adults to strength train all major muscle groups at a moderate intensity, or greater, at least two times a week, or more. Despite the strong public health messaging about the importance of regular resistance training to support wellbeing, the Healthy Ireland 2019 survey indicates that only 46% of adults meet these guidelines

  • Learn the major muscle groups and different forms of strength training
  • Become familiar with basic exercises for each region of the body
  • Learn the key steps to create a balanced personal training plan
  • Receive training and recovery tips for safe and sustainable behaviour change

Learn to Run

Format: Training available as a pre-record or live session
Length: 45mins + Q&A

Unfortunately, for many of us, running is not considered a viable form of exercise, discomfort, pain, and a general feeling of misery when running is often cited. Participants will be given a foundation in practical strategies to go from walking to running.

  • Attendees will leave with an understanding of how to start their journey into running.
  • From form, equipment, distance, pace, programs, nutrition, and hydration will be covered.
  • What to expect when starting to run.
  • How to prepare for running.

Hear from Past Participants of our Programmes

“We are very happy with Zevo Health and pleased to be working with your team. I don’t know how you manage to make every company feel like they are your No.1 customer – it’s an impressive skill which seems to come naturally to you guys.”


“The training gave me a better understanding of different kinds of mental health issues, some of which I was not aware of. The role playing gave me a better insight on how to potentially deal with an issue if it arose”


We have a range of other workshops that may suite your needs too so don't hesitate to ask if you do not see one for you here