Corporate Wellness – An Individual Approach

March 2, 2018

[vc_row enable_grid_lines=””][vc_column][vc_column_text]When you hear the term “Corporate Wellness,” you probably concentrate on the idea that corporate fitness is focused on the whole group. At Xtend Fitness, we provide individualized support for your employees, making wellness personal.

Education for Nutrition and Wellness
Each person on your team is different. We all have unique nutrition and fitness needs. Some of your employees are fit but need some assistance in making new gains. Some employees may be completely new to the idea of fitness. One size does not fit all in the area of fitness. By tailoring nutrition and fitness programs to each person, you will see success among your employees as a whole. Not only does this approach make individuals feel more comfortable, it makes them see how much you care about them on a personal level.

Personal Training
Personal training is an excellent opportunity for everyone, no matter their fitness level. Well-trained and qualified personal trainers can make the difference in the level of success your employees experience. Personal trainers take the guesswork out of exercise by providing a program specifically designed for each employee. This is extremely attractive to your workforce, especially if someone is new to exercise. A personal trainer will be able to spot improper form that could lead to injury.
Personal training also becomes more accessible to your employees who would perhaps avoid a personal trainer outside of your organization due to cost concerns or the hassle of traveling to an outside gym. Personal trainers bring professionalism to your gym that will attract employees to participate.

Amenity Services: Care for the Whole Person
Fitness means more than eating the right foods and working your muscles. It is important to take care of every aspect of health, and Xtend offers amenity services that do just that. Massage therapy has many benefits that can lead to a greater quality of life. Massage therapy reduces stress by decreasing levels of cortisol, a stress-producing hormone linked to weight gain, poor sleep, headaches, and digestive problems. All of these issues can lead to poor performance in your workforce.
Other benefits of massage therapy include muscle pain relief and help with anxiety and depression. Some studies suggest that massage therapy can also boost immunity. Your employees will enjoy the benefits of massage therapy, and you will enjoy greater production. If your staff is healthy, your bottom line will be as well.
Body composition testing is another service Xtend provides, and one that will greatly benefit your workforce. Body composition testing determines how much body fat a person carries. Learning about body composition is an important tool to use in developing the right nutrition and exercise plan to achieve the desired results. Xtend can properly assess body composition and help design the appropriate strategies needed for each individual employee. This individualized approach is what makes Xtend stand out above the others and will give your organization a reputation that will breed loyal employees.
You care about the health and fitness of your employees, not only for the benefits your organization will reap but for the knowledge that you are providing a service that will enhance the quality of life for those who work so hard for you. For more information on what Xtend can do for your company, visit us here to book a call. We are excited to share with you how we can take your company to the next level.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height=”53px”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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