AIG WorkFit is a unique employee wellbeing programme designed in partnership with Dublin GAA. Using the insights and experience of both players and staff from the high performance Dublin GAA team, AIG have created a programme designed to assist employees in implementing wellbeing activities that can assist them in their workplace.
The programme is led by Bernard Brogan who in collaboration with top stars from the across Dublin football, hurling, ladies football and camogie demonstrates some of the techniques leading GAA stars use to manage their own wellbeing and how these can be applied in the workplace. AIG WorkFit includes content on the key areas of employee wellbeing including functional movement and flexibility, yoga and breathing techniques and developing a high performance mind-set.
This section of the AIG WorkFit programme is a bespoke functional movement programme designed by Dublin GAA to assist with joint flexibility, improve dexterity, functional movement, alertness and recovery exercises after work. These exercises can be performed either in the office or in the home or gym environment.
This section of the AIG WorkFit programme provides exercises that can be adapted to the work environment and the gym. The videos provide a series of exercises which can be used to increase employee’s flexibility and improve balance and posture.
This section of the AIG WorkFit programme utilises the insights applied by Dublin GAA stars in dealing with big match stations and translates the learnings into the work environment. The videos provide a series of breathing and yoga techniques designed to assist employees in coping with a pressurised work environment. The exercises can be performed by employees at their desks in the work environment.
This section of the AIG WorkFit programme focuses on developing a high performance mindset for the work environment. Using techniques developed by Dublin GAA and practised by Dublin GAA stars including Kevin McManaman, employees can learn how to cope with setbacks and in harnessing “work pressure” and using it to better improve the productivity.