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Community Guidelines

We want Brace to be a welcoming, motivational and authentic community. The below community guidelines are established in line with our core values at Brace to foster this environment and create an enjoyable experience for all. Being a part of Brace is a commitment to these standards of respect and support.

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  Respect and Support Others

Show compassion and be kind.

We expect users to always treat each other with empathy and kindness on the Brace platform. Be welcoming, be courteous, be supportive and try offer positivity and motivation. Remember, we’re all in this together.

Help keep offensive content off Brace.

We rely on the Brace community to help us identify offensive content. If you see content that violates our Terms of Use or the law, please flag it to our team through the Brace website immediately.

Create and post your own content.

Brace supports and respects the original creators of content and as such all material uploaded should be your own content. Don't post anything that you don't have the right to post. If you post something that is not yours, know that it may be taken down in addition to other consequences you may face.

Be inclusive and anti-racist

Brace is committed to actively dismantling and eradicating racism and discrimination in all forms. If you use Brace then you are a part of this commitment, without exception.

Don’t use hate speech.

Hate speech is a direct attack based on race, ethnicity, age, national origin, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, caste, sex, gender, gender identity, serious disease, disability, body type, or immigration status. We will remove hate speech and may suspend or terminate the accounts of any individuals who use it.

Respect and Support Yourself

Listen to your body and the experts.

Injury recovery is a complex process. Make sure to always listen to your body and the expert advice from your physiotherapist or doctor if applicable. We are her as a tool to support you through that process, but always remember, your wellbeing comes first.


Don't compare and compete with others.

Remember no two injuries, or recoveries, are the same. The Brace community aims to foster insights, motivation and support. Don't worry about where others are at comparatively and always focus on whats right for you, your body and your mind.

You have a right to keep things private.

You have control over what you share to the Brace community and your exercise plans are only visible to you. We encourage a community of openness and support, but always only share what you feel comfortable with.

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