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Ideas on how to Incorporate Exercise in the Workplace

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Healthier employees use less sick days, are more productive, save on healthcare costs, and are a company's best asset. Here are some ideas on how to get exercise incorporated into the workplace:

* Post prompts at key point-of-decision locations to encourage physical activity (e.g., signs titled “Take a Few Steps to Better Health” in stairwells to encourage stair climbing instead of taking an elevator).
* Offer gentle fitness classes that combine yoga, low-impact aerobics, and relaxation techniques. These may be offered to employees at all fitness levels, but appeal particularly to those who are new exercisers or have special physical needs or limitations (e.g., back pain, arthritis, or muscle stiffness and soreness).
* Develop trails near the worksite and encourage employees to walk or jog during lunch and break times. Trails should be in safe, highly visible areas with established safeguard.
* Encourage employees who sit a lot to take a stretch break for better circulation and work efficiency.
* Provide selected pieces of exercise equipment in suitable locations for use during breaks and lunchtime. Be sure to educate employees and establish guidelines and policies before usage to ensure safety.
* Where feasible, equip a designated break area with basketball hoops, table-tennis, equipment,, horseshoe pitching stations, boxing bags, and other recreational equipment.
* Offer discounts or subsidies for fitness club membership for those who meet minimum guidelines for usage and adherence (e.g. at least 3 sessions per week).
* Create department competitions and reward teams who meet designated exercise levels each month. If the spirit of competition conflicts with the philosophy of the worksite health promotion program, sponsor individual participation and reward effort, rather than outcomes.


Call or email me and mention you saw this article on and I will meet up with you for a complimentary 30 minute planning session where we will personalize a 3 month action plan for you to take charge of your health and fitness!

You can ask questions, pick my brain, and I can let you know more about:

-The differences and benefits of Resistance/Weight Bearing Exercise vs. Cardio -Good Fats vs. Bad Fats -Good Carbs vs. Bad Carbs

-How to reduce Stressors that lead to Bad Habits

-When and how much to Exercise

-How many Daily Calories should you be Consuming and When

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Jack Witt

I'm a local Health and Fitness Coach and Active Travel Specialist. I've been kickin' around NoHo for years getting involved in our community and charity projects, helping people with their wellness goals, and organizing and leading active excursions throughout LA and the world. I love this community and really enjoy blogging about all the things we do together and tips to keep us fit!

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