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Corporate fitness

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what you need to know about Corporate fitness

Corporate Fitness doesn’t have to solely consist of health scans, gym memberships and reimbursements. There are more creative ways of cultivating a healthy office environment.

The goal is create a culture where employees choose to live a healthier lifestyle, rather than being forced to do so. Wellness works best when the experience is a shared one either through communal goals or — taking the opposite approach — pitting employees against each other to create healthy competition. Different people are motivated by different things.

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OUR CLASSES for corporate

General Fitness

Yoga

Senior Adult Fitness

Internal Arts

Zumba

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main key features of corporate fitness

Our Corporate Fitness Programs Are An Inexpensive Way Of Taking Care Of Your Employees Mental And Physical Well Being. The Benefits Of Our Program Are :

  • Increased Fitness
  • Reduced Stress Levels
  • Increased Productivity
  • Mental Alertness
  • Positive Work Atmosphere
  • Reduced Healthcare Cost Burden

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We Offer A Flexible Workout Program That Requires Minimum Space And No Equipment. Please Feel Free To Get In Touch With Us For A Free Demo For Your Employees.

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frequently asked questions

Wellness is both a process and an outcome. As a process, people who live a life of wellness actively engage, pursue, and maintain a life of good health. As an outcome, wellness includes a state of measurably positive mental, physical and emotional health.

It’s important to note that a life of wellness doesn’t necessarily mean the absence of disease. For example, a person living with a chronic disease who actively manages disease with medication and a healthy lifestyle is in pursuit of wellness – and therefore, leads a life of wellness. Employer-sponsored wellness programs aim to empower employees to live and lead a life of wellness and ultimately reduce healthcare costs.

An employer-sponsored wellness program aims to address one or more health issues to help prevent or manage disease. For example, if obesity is affecting the majority of your employee population, it may be a good idea to engage in a corporate weight loss program where employees can achieve goals together. Take your program to the next level through a social wellness platform that can track progress, integrate with fitness devices, and incentivize success. The complexity of the program depends on the desired outcomes and wellness strategy your company has defined.
As wellness programs have become increasingly popular, more competitive and cost-effective options have become available to employers looking to implement corporate wellness solutions. Unfortunately, the selection of these solutions aren’t as strategic as the programs themselves. Some employers take a shot in the dark and simply guess or randomly select the best benefit. Take out the guesswork and find your focus through comprehensive biometric screenings. Through aggregate reporting, you can quantitatively determine which types of disease your at-risk employee population is affected by as well as lay the groundwork for your wellness strategy.
The effectiveness and success of your wellness program is largely dependent on your program objectives. What do you want to achieve with your program? Reduced number of smokers? 90% participation in biometric screening? Whichever type of program you plan to implement, begin with the end in mind to best measure success. The more comprehensive your wellness strategy, the greater the return on investment. One municipality implemented a shared-site clinic with another nearby entity.

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