Group Fitness - Fit to Work
Only 23% of United States Adults get enough exercise per the CDC.
At work, workplace wellness programs have two main goals: improve employees’ health and lower their employers’ health-care costs. Turns out workplace wellness programs are not very good at either as studied by the National Bureau of Economic Research. The only employees taking advantage of financial incentives are people who are already healthy instead of the lazy couch potatoes.
Successful companies generally have a dedicated leadership that is committed to wellness programs. Tim Cook of Apple works out at 5AM, Michelle Obama inspires children and adults thru her Let’s Move initiative, and Jeff Bezos of Amazon - the richest person in the world now sports a fit physique to motivate his employees as they become the most dominant company in the world.
It is in your company’s best interest to invest in employee health to reduce healthcare costs while reaping the benefits that healthier employees boost the company’s bottomline.
The existing wellness programs don’t work: employees gamify step-contests by tying their fitbits to drones. For weight loss challenges, employees partake in the yo-yo diet of gaining 30 pounds via fast food right before the competition and losing that weight quickly to win money. And most onsite gyms collect dust from social stigma fueled by couch potatoes disliking pressure from the healthy.
During a 9AM-5PM day, the average worker wastes 2 hours a day in time-killing activities ranging from browsing social media, swiping on their online Tinder Dates, caring for a pet bird smuggled into work, shaving legs in restroom, sleeping on the job proclaiming they’re actually praying, online binge-watching on Netflix, online shopping on Amazon, planning their next vacation, and even interviewing for another job.
Shareholders of public companies, investors of private companies, and small business owners or companies with staff should have fitness at the top of their mind. By reducing your company’s waistline, you will increase your bottom-line that being valuation, stock price, and profits.
Workers who spend 60 minutes exercising during the workday report an average performance boost of 15%. 60% of workers said their time management skills, mental performance and ability to meet deadlines improved on the days they exercised. In addition, workers reported improvements in mood which is important in preventing mental health issues related to stress from work that could lead to suicide.
To end all this laziness, our team provides onsite personal training or group fitness so people can become healthy with our trainers providing the needed social accountability and motivation. Instead of having to commute to the gym and being clueless about what to do for exercise, our trainers provide the convenience of coming to you with customized workout plans tailored to your health and fitness goals.
Health is wealth and the value is priceless. Individually, you’ll live happier longer. As a company, camaraderie and productivity will rise as any team or boss tensions diminish since you share the common bond of health that will drive you to success.
If you and or your co-workers are ready to invest in your health, we’re excited to help you reach your health goals.
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Francis Huynh is Founder & CEO of JustHuynh - the social fitness company who's mission is to kill global obesity thru personal training and group fitness for the needed social accountability and motivation in being healthy. Personally experiencing obesity during childhood, college, and work -training with partners helped Francis become healthier and happier. With time as most valuable resource, Francis turned down corporate career opportunities post-MBA to dedicate his life to help 400 million+ people affected with diabetes worldwide reach their health goals. Francis completed his undergrad at Bowdoin and MBA at Vanderbilt. He is living with wife in Boston. The mini-Franchises are currently on-hold until JustHuynh is helping the world.