How does the self-test work?
- Try out the exercises by following the instructions in the video. Then, enter your result in the input box after the video and exercise are completed.
- Allow yourself only two attempts at a time to pass a particular test.
- If you are unsure whether you have completed the exercise, always choose the option of not completed.
- If you experience any pain during a test, stop the test immediately and let a doctor examine you, if necessary.
What is the self-test for?
The purpose of the self-test is to get a basic assessment of your mobility and stability in the different body postures and movements. The test exercises are designed in such a way that no trained eye is required to provide information on this. Try to perform the self-test carefully, as the results will be used to select your training plans for the full 6 weeks of the Challenge.
Note - For the following indications, the consent and/or clarification with your family doctor or specialist is always necessary in advance:
- Condition after a heart attack or stroke
- Narrowing of the coronary arteries (so-called coronary heart disease)
- Certain forms of cardiac arrhythmia
- Blood pressure systolic above 160 mmHg and/or diastolic above 95 mmHg
- Diabetes mellitus type I and II
- Condition with acute or postoperative herniated disc
- Tumor diseases
This list makes no claim to completeness