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The first ZPP certified
movement app

Course number: KU-BE-FTXCLV

Your chance to move more - without discomfort

AIMO combines artificial intelligence with neuroathletics and behavioral and exercise science to increase physical and mental performance.

AIMO combines artificial intelligence with neuroathletics and behavioral and exercise science to increase physical and mental performance.

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Who uses AIMO?

You lack the motivation to move? You don't know what and how to train sollst?

Increase your motivation to move more in everyday life with AIMO - through improved movement-related self-efficacy.

AIMO’s Daily 2 is based on the latest scientific findings. A 2-minute window provides the time frame in which the effort does not yet overwhelm you and you can start a new habit.

Start by developing a daily routine with shorter workout times. It's more efficient and takes less effort on your part. Just like brushing your teeth every day.

Start now with your daily 2 minutes routine!

You have decided to get active again after a longer break? But everyday life, job and family leave you little time. Now you don't know how to start and are unsure which exercises are the right ones for you?

Strengthen your understanding and confidence in your body - through improved movement-related self-efficacy.

AIMO’s unique movement scan analyzes your weak areas and recommends the exact neuro-centered training, mobility and strength exercises that will reduce your muscular imbalances and take your flexibility and strength to the next level.

Integrate your AIMO training easily into your daily routine. You decide how much time you have available for training. AIMO selects the right exercises for you.

You always have complaints while running. You want to improve your performance. But you don't know how to do it in a healthy way?

Reduce discomfort and limitations in running - through improved movement-related self-efficacy.

Through neuro-centered exercises, run preparation, athleticism and recovery in AIMO's runner training, you'll optimize your running performance. Experience smooth running movements and avoid discomfort. The scan-based workouts address your muscular imbalances and recommend exactly the exercises you need right now.

Bezahlt von der TK

  • Die TK fördert bis zu zwei Präventionskurse pro Versicherten und Kalenderjahr
  • AIMO gilt dank seiner ZPP-Zertifizierung als anerkannter Präventionskurs
  • Lade dir daher AIMO gesund bewegt einfach über den App Store bzw. Play Store herunter
  • Gib deine Versichertennummer ein und starte direkt kostenfrei
  • No subscription, no cancellation necessary
  • Erhalte jetzt ein Jahr deine individuellen Trainingsempfehlungen

The first ZPP certified
movement app

Course number: KU-BE-FTXCLV

Start now

Suitable for every situation

Personalized routines for more mindfulness, strength & flexibility, running, to sweat and relax, and to improve body awareness.

Additional health information

With the following information you can find out more about the main topics of self-efficacy, movement as therapy, neuro-centered training, breathing techniques, sitting and movement behavior in the home office and sports and movement therapy beyond the "AIMO healthy moves" app.

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