Features and Benefits
Go with an organisational defined or customised prompting schedule that fits in with your day.
Complete the WebbleMove! task you are prompted with or simply choose another.
Deploy generic or targeted exercise programs to anyone, anywhere, anytime.
Meet your animated instructors and follow their movements for maximum benefit.
Only do the tasks to the intensity level you want, but don’t forget to do it regularly.
View over 100 different animated exercises or submit one to be animated for your specific needs.
Complete scheduled tasks to earn “Webbles” (physical activity points).
Set individual or organisational targets to work towards.
Showcase your achievements on your profile with 1st, 2nd and 3rd place badges.
Fully customisable social profiles
Inbuilt social media shows others what you are about.
Communicate directly or as part of a team with friends, family and organisation associates.
Organisations can use WebbleMove! to demonstrate their corporate social responsibility.
Form teams and run competitions
Start or join a team or be part of several teams at once for more motivation.
Follow your progress on the dashboard and see how your team is going on the leader board.
Compete in friendly-spirited competition that makes everyone healthier and happier.
Meet some of your instructors
Steve is a 30 year old man who works at a company that writes slogans for other companies (Ironically, the company he works for has no slogan). He secretly likes yoga and would be mortified if his friends learnt about his daily wake-up routine.
His lifetime highlight (thus far), was when Angelina Jolie retweeted a photo he once took of his neighbour’s parrot. His neighbour has a parrot.
A creative type of person, Steve inhabits an office desk for most of the week and hugely appreciates the management encouraged opportunity to have a brief work break every hour, to complete a WebbleMove! activity and clear his head to be creative.
Lydia is a 37 year old mother of three who works at a support call-center for purchasers of “Lefties” kitchen utensils. Her guilty pleasure is watching reruns of F.R.I.E.N.D.S by herself and she recently got her first tattoo of what she’s hoped would be a lucky four leaf clover, unfortunately the tattoo artist only gave her three leaves because she used a discount voucher. Lydia isn’t even Irish, but has booked the next holiday at the same place to get the missing leaf added.
As a typically sedentary call-centre employee who used to sit for 8 hours straight and eat her lunch at her desk, Lydia has now been using WebbleMove! for a few months and it’s literally changed her work and lifestyle for the better.
Sixty seven year old Carl, has four children and five grandchildren. He considers being able to fashionably pull-off the ‘vest look’ his greatest career achievement. As a bit of a conspiracy buff, he’s constantly looking for clues as to where Google, Siri and Alexa covertly hang out together and plot world affairs.
A bit of a philanthropist, Carl passionately supports that charity that keeps turning up at his door but he can never remember the name of – you know, the one with the people and the kids and the animals. A creature of habit, every evening he drinks a cup of rosehip tea while watching a nature documentary.
When asked about his experience with WebbleMove!, Carl mentioned his prowess at retaining the top leader board spot amongst his former work friends, as well as the online banter that he enjoys being a part of.
WebbleMove! Dashboard Overview
Teams to the left, Social in the middle, Physical activity points (or “Webbles”) on the Right – It’s that simple!
Got a distributed workforce or organisational population?
Ensuring positive return on investment
Like anyone investing in a new product or service, identifying the return on investment (or ROI) is a critical factor to consider. As a further value-add to having evidence-based health practices embedded into the daily flow and culture of an organisation, WebbleMove! allows for periodic on-site visits by Exercise Physiologists (EPs).
These university-trained exercise professional EPs enable you to achieve maximum benefit from WebbleMove! by onboarding new participants, running friendly team-based competitions, setting achievable participant goals and even offering individually-based assessment (self-benchmarking) to show progressive participant improvements. What better way to identify the ROI of WebbleMove!
WebbleMove! offers a huge range of benefits for a wide variety of participants and organisations, literally the world over.
Some generic ones include:
- Individual health and wellbeing benefits offering improved quality of life
- Reduction of poor health (chronic disease) risk factors that include cardiovascular disease, overweight / obesity, type II diabetes, dementia, many types of cancer, and even reduced life expectancy
- Mental health and stress management advantages
- Social connectivity and inclusion opportunities
- Physical and functional capability leading to independence and self-dignity (particularly in aged care and hospital participants)
- Ability to foster employee loyalty through offering healthier work environments and cultures
- Ability to attract and retain employees who appreciate and prioritise healthier workplace cultures
- Opportunity for organisations to display their corporate social responsibility efforts internally and externally
- Ability for organisations to map organisational “physicality” or lack of it and do something positive about it
- Measurable Return on Investment (ROI) over time.
Aged Care (older citizen) specific benefits of using WebbleMove! regularly
- Improved physical and functional capability leading to mobility, independence and self-dignity
- Decreased pharmacological (medication) dependency
- Enhanced mental health and mood management
- Enhanced social inclusion
- Improved activity engagement
Need more convincing? - See how WebbleMove! is different
To create individual health behaviour change through a team-based competition.
To offer people an opportunity to reduce their daily sedentary behaviour through regular (customisable) prompts which offer tangible health and wellbeing benefits.
Target audience (people it caters for)
Health aware people looking to get healthier.
Anyone in a variety of organisation types including the most sedentary employees, children, patients or senior citizens.
Annually run 16 weeks (or less) program following which the sedentary behaviour problem returns almost instantly.
Available and accessible all year round in either an active (competition running) mode or passive (still accessible but less competition intensive) mode.
Individual decides when to do an activity with typically no prompt or regular reminder, nor allowance during work / class time.
Focus on keeping people active regularly (not just before / after work or school). Fully customisable schedules allow regular daily movement for greatest benefit.
Program type / tasks
Most corporate health and wellbeing programs incorporate cardiovascular exercise (step counts) challenges, while others promote work breaks to reduce ergonomic health issues and eye strain, etc.
Incorporates a well-rounded regime of health benefiting tasks, including cardiovascular strengthening tasks (walking), resistance-based exercise strength and conditioning (muscular tone), stretching for flexibility and enhancing bodily range of motion.
Pedometer (counts steps), gym membership, bike/pool access.
Either no equipment (Basic) or a piece of TheraBand® for resistance tasks.
Participants typically only able to be part of one team.
WebbleMovers can be part of either just the one or multiple teams simultaneously allowing for greater motivational and accountability support.
Many rely on participants using personal mainstream social media like Whats App.
Embedded social media amongst participant profiles and team pages showing Webbles earnt.
Activity measurement unit
Typically step counts (Stride length is a variation factor).
Uses scientifically defined METs values with conversion to Webbles, allowing for globally standardised comparison.
|Primary purpose: To create individual health behaviour change through a team-based competition.|
|Target audience: Health aware people looking to get healthier.|
|Program duration: Annually run 16 weeks (or less) program following which the sedentary behaviour problem returns almost instantly.|
|Participation time: Individual decides when to do an activity with typically no prompt or regular reminder, nor allowance during work / class time.|
|Program type / tasks: Most corporate health and wellbeing programs incorporate cardiovascular exercise (step counts) challenges, while others promote work breaks to reduce ergonomic health issues and eye strain, etc.|
|Equipment required: Pedometer (counts steps), gym membership, bike/pool access.|
|Teams: Participants typically only able to be part of one team.|
|Team communication: Many rely on participants using personal mainstream social media like Whats App.|
|Activity measurement unit: Typically step counts (Stride length is a variation factor).|