This diploma thesis aims to design a concept of movement, which can be integrated into regular classes as well as the teaching of modular advanced forms of secondary schools and can additionally serve as a training basis for any athlete.Firstly, basal theoretical backgrounds about fitness and training respectively basic components of training are explained. Secondly, the concept of motion (EMOCO, i.e. "Every Movement Counts”), including all input concepts, and the basic idea are explicated. Finally, an 8-week module, which is based on these pillars, is presented. Didactic and educational theory backgrounds are complemented at the appropriate stage.The basic idea of this thesis is to create a meaningful mixture of different approaches of movement and thereby develop a well-functioning, new movement concept, from partly restored and partly current movement trends. The concepts should support and complement each other in order to result in a holistic method, which can be applied both at school and in adult training.