The Benefits of Corporate Fitness and Wellness Programs

[space height="20"] What’s the secret to a company with happy, healthy employees? Experts say that encouraging fitness and wellness in the workplace promotes a healthy lifestyle among employees, helps prevent illness, and saves on company healthcare costs in the long run. Other reasons companies benefit from corporate fitness programs are increased productivity, improved employee morale,

Fitting in a Healthy Lifestyle with a Busy Career

Wondering lately what’s keeping you from effectively balancing your career with life outside work? Do you really have time to have fun with friends and family, while giving attention to your hobbies and personal interests? Or does work engulf you completely, even on the weekends? Healthy Lifestyle: Coming to Terms with Work-life Balance How do

The Best Holiday Gift – Hiring a Nutrition and Fitness Coach

Thanksgiving – a time to display generous gratitude for the things you have. A time to bring the whole family together and connect on a more personal level, and unfortunately, the beginning of an overstuffed holiday season that’ll quite likely add a good 10 pounds to your waist faster than you can ask “Can I

Precision Fitness and Wellbeing’ – Corporate Wellness

Every Organization’s No.1 Asset – Employee Health & Wellbeing You’re probably aware of the role fitness plays in our lives, particularly as we age. Those among us who are heavily engaged in the corporate sector can find it near-impossible at times to have the energy or quite simply the time to get a good workout,

Your Body – More Than Just a Physical Vessel

Having a sense of self-love, positive body image and personal well-being are just some of the things we humans pursue on the road to finding peace, joy and contentment. Harnessing the above is absolutely vital to enjoying a blissful existence. It is though, no secret that many among us obsess after “the perfect body” and

Controlling Your Thoughts!

Psychological fitness or the ability to control and channel your thoughts positively is not an in-born ability. It is a skill, a frame of mind that requires discipline, dedication and consistency. Having the power to hone your mindset in a way that it filters the negative and projects positive thoughts only, is indeed a gift,

Creating Healthy Habits

Do you find yourself being routinely late for work or personal engagements? It’s only the first half of the day, and you feel as if your energy levels are starting to plummet. It’s 5 pm, you’re stuck in traffic and it’s really starting to eat you up for some reason. What could possibly be wrong?

Workout Safety Tips for Beginners

Congratulations! So, you have finally made the decision to be fitter! The daily workout schedule has been planned and your tracks and running shoes are rearing to go! However, if you are a beginner, or haven’t worked out for years, starting off with a workout session abruptly could cause multiple health problems. It is important

Why Should Businesses Invest in Corporate Fitness?

According to the Wellness Council of America, over 100 million workdays are lost every year simply on account of lower back pain and similar problems. It comes as no surprise, therefore, that businesses today are investing heavily in corporate fitness programs in order to remain competitive and productive. With soaring levels of stress and a

Cycling for Beginners – The First Steps

This article is mainly for people who have never touched a bike in their lives, and are thinking of starting to learn to ride one for the very first time, whether to lose fat, get a good workout or just for the sake of it. Also, if you have ridden a bicycle long ago and

Top Health Benefits of Meditation

While the effectiveness of meditation in stress reduction has been established beyond doubt, recent studies have shown that meditative techniques can lead to multiple mental and physical health benefits, including lowered blood pressure, reduced risk of heart attacks, and even increases one’s focus of attention. So what are the benefits of meditation? In fact a study published in Psychiatry