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10.00 - 10.15 clockOpening of the FIBO CONGRESS 2021
10.15 - 11.00 clock

Lecture: Current study: Opportunities from the crisis - the operator perspective
Changed expectations + changed training behavior = improved range of services?

Dr. Sarah Kobel and Gregor Preuschoff

11.00 - 11.30 clockBREAK
11.30 - 12.15 clock

Lecture: Organizational Development in Times of Crisis
Recognize opportunities to make your own company future-proof

Prof. Dr. Oliver Schumann

12.15 - 13.30 clockLUNCH BREAK
13.30 - 14.15 clockDiscussion: Positioning after the crisis
What will change with "Corona" and what must be done now
Participants: To be announced
Moderation: Roman Spitko
14.15 - 14.45 clockBREAK
14.45 - 15.30 clock

Lecture: Content is King, Distribution is Queen - Put on the digital crown of success!
Rule your target group with balanced contact and customer communication

Frederik Neust

15.30 - 16.00 clockBREAK
16.00 - 16.45 clock

Lecture: Leadership with appreciation - especially in times of crisis
What defines managers in times of crisis - with self-leadership and meaningful measures, target-oriented through crises!

Prof. Dr. Julia Krampitz

16.45 - 17.15 clockBREAK
17.15 - 18.00 clock

Lecture: Not contagious, but definitely deadly!
Sedentary lifestyle - the forgotten pandemic
Why evidence-based fitness training for health promotion and prevention will be more important than ever in the future

Prof. Dr. Markus Wanjek

10.00 - 10.15 clockOpening of the FIBO CONGRESS 2021
10.15 - 11.00 clockLecture: Current study: Opportunities from the crisis - the customer perspective
Changed expectations + changed training behavior = improved range of services?

Dr. Sarah Kobel and Gregor Preuschoff
11.00 - 11.30 clockBREAK
11.30 - 12.15 clockLecture: Training for the immune system - myokines as messenger substances of the muscle
How myokin formation and thus health can be positively influenced by the design of the training

Prof. Dr. Christoph Eifler
12.15 - 13.30 clockLUNCH BREAK
13.30 - 14.15 clockLecture: How to serve goals with nutrition and successfully increase sales!
The importance of nutritional advice in the fitness studio, also with regard to the challenges of the corona crisis

Clive salt
14.15 - 14.45 clockBREAK
14.45 - 15.30 clockLecture: Digital coaching as an extension of the business model
Digital coaching supports the sustainable development of health behavior among our members

Nicolai Rolli
15.30 - 16.00 clockBREAK
16.00 - 16.45 clockDiscussion: Innovation in Times of Crisis
Why do you have to keep reinventing yourself - or not?

Participants: To be announced

Moderation: Roman Spitko
16.45 - 17.15 clockBREAK
17.15 - 18.00 clockLecture: The studio is dead - long live the studio!
Digital acquisition of new customers in times of "Corona"
How you can make your competitors look old in the battle for new customers with the right online marketing mix

Pascal Kühnhenrich

Health

Management

BGM

Business start

Raum

Rheinsaal 1

Rheinsaal 2

Rheinsaal 3

Conference room A

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Description

Topic blocks (overview)

10:00 to 12:00 (block 1)

Effective endurance training through a variety of methods and new knowledge

10:00 to 12:45 (block 1)

Member acquisition and retention through effective online marketing

10:00 to 12:45 (block 1)

Successful prevention of musculoskeletal disorders in company practice

10:00 to 12:45 (block 1)

With the right strategy, planning and financing for a successful start-up

13:00 to 15:00 (block 2)

Commercial perspectives of nutrition in the fitness market

14:15 to 17:00 (block 2)

Current and future strategic challenges in the fitness and health industry

14:15 to 17:00 (block 2)

Psychosocial health in the context of business - developing potential

14:15 to 17:00 (block 2)

Location selection, risk protection and takeovers in the context of setting up a business

15:15 to 17:15 (block 3)

Coaching in fitness facilities

Individual lectures, assigned in color to the subject blocks (see table above)

9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. (via the trade fair)

10:00

High-Intensity Interval Training

Manuela Reusing

The "digital marketing biceps" and how to make it grow

Frederik Neust

Body Check: recording and evaluating work-related physical stress

Jens Brehm

Successful start-ups in the fitness industry - the right strategy is important!

Thorsten Clemann

10:15

10:30

Pause

10:45

Pacing strategies in endurance training

Prof. Dr. Daniela Klix

Pause

Pause

Pause

11:00

What should I post on Facebook, Instagram and Co? What works and what doesn't?

Roman Spitko

Implement measures successfully - evidence-based and practice-oriented

Sarah Staut

The business plan as the heart of the start-up project. What to look for and where are the pitfalls?

Ralf Capelan

11:15

Pause

11:30

The importance of lactate in endurance training

Marlon circle

11:45

Pause

Pause

Pause

12:00

Lunch break 1 hour

Instagram Marketing - With “strong” stories to more success

Frederik Neust

E-health solutions in occupational health management - just gimmicks or useful?

Oliver Walle

Successful financing in the fitness and health industry

Stefan Haase

12:15

12:30

12:45

Lunch break 1,5 hours

Lunch break 1,5 hours

Lunchtime 1,5h

13:00

Social media - a profitable source also for nutrition coaching

Jola Jaromin-Bowe

13:15

13:30

Pause

13:45

Nutritional advice - an underestimated sales potential

Clive salt

14:00

14:15

Pause

WAR for TALENTS: Recruiting in the Age of Generations Y & Z

Nicole Capelan

Work: health resource or risk factor?

Prof. Dr. Julia Krampitz

The importance of choosing a location when starting a business in the fitness and health sector

Henrik Gockel

14:30

Professional use of nutritional concepts in the fitness market

Jola Jaromin-Bowe

14:45

15:00

Pause

Pause

Pause

Pause

15:15

Coaching: Support people in their personal / professional development

Nicolai Rolli

The recipe book for employee and team development. Understandable. Founded. Field-tested.

Samir Vincevic

Employee motivation: the basis for a successful BGM

Sarah Staut

Risk setting up a business in the fitness industry? - What is in store for me as a founder and how do I deal with it?

Ralf Capelan

15:30

15:45

Pause

16:00

Coach versus trainer

Sabine child

Pause

Pause

Pause

16:15

Boutique studios - How they change the market and how to react to them

Henrik Gockel

Occupational health management as a contribution to employer attractiveness

Oliver Walle

The clever way to independence - participation or purchase of a company as part of a succession plan

Stefan Haase

16:30

Pause

16:45

Coaching strategies to promote a healthy lifestyle

Prof. Dr. Julia Krampitz

17:00

17:15

17:30

Health

Management

Sun, beauty & Care

Physio

Business start

Raum

Rheinsaal 1

Rheinsaal 2

Rheinsaal 3

Rheinsaal 4

Conference room A

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Description

Topic blocks (overview)

10:00 until 12:00 (block 1)

Athletic training - new approaches, stress management, health effects

10:00 until 12:45 (block 1)

Successful leadership in the fitness and healthcare industry

10:00 until 12:45 (block 1)

Customer Journey Management in the Sun, Beauty & Care Industry

powered by

10:00 to 12:45 (block 1)

With the right strategy, planning and financing for a successful start-up

13:00 to 15:00 (block 2)

Food, Training & Nutrition Regimes

10:00 to 12:45 (block 1)

Physiotherapy and rehabilitation after shoulder injuries

14:15 to 17:00 (block 2)

Service and service

14:15 to 17:00 (block 2)

Oldies & Goldies - customer segments and offers in the Sun, Beauty & Care industry

14:15 to 17:00 (block 2)

Location selection, risk protection and takeovers in the context of setting up a business

15:15 to 17:15 (block 3)

Mental training

14:15 to 17:00 (block 2)

Physiotherapy and rehabilitation after spinal injuries

Individual lectures, assigned in color to the subject blocks (see table above)

9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. (via the trade fair)

10:00

Return to sport

Marlon circle

Successful leadership in the fitness and health industry: how does it work?

Prof. Dr. Oliver Schumann

Brand experiences for positioning yourself as a beauty / wellness specialist

Jochen van Recum

The Return to Activity Algorithm (RTAA) for patients with upper limb injuries

Matthias Keller

Successful start-ups in the fitness industry - the right strategy is important!

Thorsten Clemann

10:15

10:30

Pause

10:45

Neuroathletics - Why the biomechanical training approach alone is not enough!

Prof. Dr. Ulf Sobek

Pause

Pause

Pause

Pause

11:00

Lead effectively - meaningful and appreciative

Nicolai Rolli

Customer journey management in practice - focus on 360 ° customer experiences

Florian schmidt

Adapted movement - on the one hand trivial, on the other hand decisive

Dirk Ludovicus Egmond

The business plan as the heart of the start-up project. What to look for and where are the pitfalls?

Ralf Capelan

11:15

Pause

11:30

Regeneration management in athletics training

Prof. Dr. Daniel Kaptain

11:45

Pause

Pause

Pause

Pause

12:00

Lunch break 1 hour

Human Resource - Healthy Leadership

Prof. Dr. Daniela Klix

Best Practice - How strategies from other business areas can be transferred to the Sun, Beauty Care industry

Samir Vincevic

Rehabilitation after shoulder injury - a case study with shoulder dislocation and a strain on the rotator cuff

Nico Müller

Successful financing in the fitness and health industry

Stefan Haase

12:15

12:30

12:45

Lunch break 1,5 hours

Lunch break 1,5 hours

Lunch break 1,5 hours

Lunchtime 1,5h

13:00

Nutrition in professional football - best practice in the BVB youth department

Jola Jaromin-Bowe

13:15

13:30

Pause

13:45

Nutritional trends & active ingredients - supplements in sports nutrition

Jan Prinzhausen

14:00

14:15

Pause

Service quality next level - key learnings from the hotel industry

Florian schmidt

Cellulite and skin aging - central beauty problems not only for women

Sabine child

The Return to Activity Algorithm (RTAA) for patients with back pain

Wolfgang Schoch

The importance of choosing a location when starting a business in the fitness and health sector

Henrik Gockel

14:30

Nutritional and training regimes in athletic training and cross training

Clive salt

14:45

15:00

Pause

Pause

Pause

Pause

Pause

15:15

Will and willpower

Prof. Dr. Oliver Schumann

Storytelling + service = Together on a hero journey

Jochen van Recum

Man (s) you are beautiful! Target group potential of the sun, beauty & care industry

Sandra Gärttner

Fits also need education! - Thorough education of patients with a focus on pain reduction

Michael Richter

Risk setting up a business in the fitness industry? What is in store for me as a founder and how do I deal with it?

Ralf Capelan

15:30

15:45

Pause

16:00

Mental training in prevention and health promotion

Manuela Reusing

Pause

Pause

Pause

Pause

16:15

"First Aid Kit" for dealing with disgruntled customers

Sarah Kobel

Beauty care applications - the "bio-turbo for customer happiness and sales"

Samir Vincevic

Rehabilitation after cervical spine injury - case study: Skiers with a condition after a herniated disc in the cervical spine

Wiebke Starke

The clever way to independence - participation or purchase of a company as part of a succession plan

Stefan Haase

16:30

Pause

16:45

Mental training - Why head training also plays a role

Prof. Dr. Julia Krampitz

17:00

17:15

Health

Management

EMS

Physio

Business start

Raum

Rheinsaal 1

Rheinsaal 2

Rheinsaal 3

Rheinsaal 4

Conference room A

Language 

Description

Topic blocks (overview)

10:00 to 12:00 (block 1)

Research update and new methodological approaches in strength training

10:00 to 12:45 (block 1)

Marketing

10:00 to 12:45 (block 1)

Practice of EMS training - mode of action and possible applications for trainers, operators and interested parties

powered by

10:00 to 12:45 (block 1)

With the right strategy, planning and financing for a successful start-up

13:00 to 15:00 (block 2)

Nutritional strategies for competitive athletes in bodybuilding & weight training

10:00 to 13:15 (block 1)

Challenges for sports physiotherapists: competitive athletes u. children

14:15 to 17:00 (block 2)

Sales & Distribution

14:15 to 17:00 (block 2)

EMS training as a successful business model - practical knowledge and expertise for providers, employees and founders

14:15 to 17:00 (block 2)

Location selection, risk protection and takeovers in the context of setting up a business

15:15 to 17:15 (block 3)

stress management

14:15 to 17:30 (block 2)

Supervise professional athletes

Individual lectures, assigned in color to the subject blocks (see table above)

9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. (via the trade fair)

10:00

Research meets strength training practice

Prof. Dr. Christoph Eifler

Attractive employer branding

Prof. Dr. Oliver Schumann

EMS training: Reduce to the max

Jens Vatter

From the extreme requirement "Ironman" into everyday therapy

Marius Brandt

Successful start-ups in the fitness industry - the right strategy is important!

Thorsten Clemann

10:15

10:30

Pause

10:45

Velocity Based Training & Autoregulated Training

Patrick Berndt

Pause

Pause

Pause

11:00

HERO or ZERO? Why choosing the right marketing agency determines your company's success

Pascal Kühnhenrich

New studies - new facts: evidence of EMS training for back pain

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Kemmler

The business plan as the heart of the start-up project. What to look for and where are the pitfalls?

Ralf Capelan

11:15

Pause

11:30

Effects of different periodization models in fitness strength training

Prof. Dr. Christoph Eifler

Pause

11:45

Pause

Pause

Games, fun and music: Recommendations for effective strength training with children and adolescents

Patrick Hartmann

Pause

12:00

Lunch break 1 hour

More than a game! Why today's gamer will be tomorrow's fitness and health customer

Simon Wentzel

Whole body EMS training: performance enhancement and applicability in recreational and competitive sports

Joshua Berger

Successful financing in the fitness and health industry

Stefan Haase

12:15

12:30

12:45

Lunch break 1,5 hours

Lunch break 1,5 hours

Lunchtime 1,5h

13:00

Ketogenic nutrition in bodybuilding and weight training

Jan Prinzhausen

13:15

Lunch break 1 hour

13:30

Pause

13:45

Off- and on-season nutrition in bodybuilding and weight training

Clive salt

14:00

14:15

Pause

Target group-specific sales strategy - every customer is different

Florian Circle

From trainer to manager

Marc Götza

Prevention and rehabilitation of hip groin pathologies in basketball players

Lukas Lai

The importance of choosing a location when starting a business in the fitness and health sector

Henrik Gockel

14:30

Science focuses on fat loss

Jan Prinzhausen

14:45

15:00

Pause

Pause

Pause

Pause

15:15

Stress - experience positive ?!

Prof. Dr. Julia Krampitz

Digital membership sales - professional handling and what does the future hold?

Niko Russ

Quality criteria as positioning features in the EMS market

Prof. Dr. Christoph Eifler

Risk setting up a business in the fitness industry? - What is in store for me as a founder and how do I deal with it?

Ralf Capelan

15:30

15:45

Pause

Pause

16:00

Health and fitness as important resources in stress management

Manuela Reusing

Pause

Pause

As a doctor and physiotherapist in professional football

Prof. Dr. Hauke ​​Mommsen

Pause

16:15

REAL Wellness: How to profile yourself with a real wellness concept and become interesting for new target groups

Lutz Hertel

Become successful - stay successful

Dan Samek

The clever way to independence - participation or purchase of a company as part of a succession plan

Stefan Haase

16:30

Pause

16:45

Stress competence through tension regulation

Sabine child

17:00

17:15

17:30

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