Exercise at Work
You drive to the gym, change, workout, change, drive home. You’re looking at 2 hours realistically. You work 8 hours a day and that doesn’t include the commute. There is sleep in there, not to mention the time it takes to eat. How likely are many of us to commit to that two or three times per week? The numbers show us, not very.
Now, let’s look at another scenario. Your employer has said that as long as you’re getting your work done, you can have that hour to work out two or three times a week. You leave your desk in midafternoon. Then, you change clothes and head to the company workout facility. You go through the workout of the day, which is a 30 to 45 minute workout and head back to work to finish your shift.
Now you’re showing up sharp and focused for the last one to two hours of your day at work. Exercise is of huge benefit to employers and employees alike. It may seem counterintuitive to send your people out to workout in the middle of the day, but there is too much research out there to ignore the potential positive impact on people’s health that exercise provides.
Here are a few benefits
10x Traction Wellness facilitates workout groups and would love to get the conversation started around how we could serve you and your business. If you are a decision maker in your company, email Jon at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you work for a company that you think might benefit from exploring this opportunity, have them contact me as well.