Make movement part of the agenda.
Imagine the ability to actively enhance the culture, energy, and vitality of your remote team in the first 5-minutes of your meeting without any extra effort.
Book an inspiring elite athlete to kick-off your meeting with 5-minutes of movement.
How is Movement Enhancing
We believe it's important to be able to do your best work consistently. In just the first 5-minutes of your meeting, we help recharge your team's batteries, leaving people feeling more energized and connected.
Our Productivity Playbook
The Ready in Five playbook has been curated specifically for remote teams by a global team of elite athletes.
Based in kinesiology and cognitive science, our 5-minute sessions are designed to effectively use five minutes to maximize the meeting outcomes and energize your team to perform at their best.
Energy Boost | Recharge & Refocus | Relax & Destress | Break the Ice | Team Build
The Ready in Five Formula
Movement + Community = Connection
We believe connection precedes our best work. That's why we've designed novel shared experiences led by enigmatic characters like professional athletes with the power to deliver us into states of mind whereby we are primed to do better work. It's a powerful tool in the creation and maintenance of highly effective and highly connected communities.
Get to know Olympic, Paralympic, national team, and professional athletes from around the globe who launch your meeting with 5-minutes of movement.
Engage valuable stakeholders internally and externally. Build strong relationships through shared experiences.
For every session booked, we donate one to schools and students studying online.
Ready in Five supports the world's best athletes by providing meaningful work. We also donate to Canadian national sport organizations.
Experience the immediate impact in your meetings. Easy to understand and much quicker learning curve than app-based solutions.
Boost energy & productivity
Build team culture & break the ice
Relax & recharge
Refresh & refocus
What Our Clients Are Saying
"It's beginning to open my perspective. Admittedly, I was not supportive of the idea of exercising (albeit lightly) between tranches of workflow. I thought it would be more interruptive, distracting and even disingenuous under our recent circumstances of reorganization. Turns out, there's something to be said about using Ready in Five sessions as a mechanism to help the individual synapses and also provide a degree of "leveling the field" for the team. Of course, and most importantly, I did NOT have to wear any gym shorts, sweat bands, or Lululemon outfits."