Would you like to invest in your employees?

Investing in your employee health can lead to the well-being of the entire organization. It’s not a surprise that 40% of employers are pursuing wellness programs. Provide your employees with tangible benefits that will provide them with the tools they need to succeed.

Would you like to improve employee attendance?

Studies have shown that corporate fitness and wellness programs improve employee productive, reduce absenteeism and increase your bottom line.

Would you like to improve company productivity?

Cognitive function has been shown to improve following an exercise program in as little as four months.

(2012, October 29). “Exercise Benefits Brain In Middle Age.” Medical News Today. Retrieved from
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/252115.php.

Would you like to reduce health related expenditures?

It’s no surprise that 1/3 of excess corporate costs are associated with excess health related risks.

(Yen, 2006)

Reducing the number of modifiable risk factors results in lowering health expenditures. Those risk factors include: obesity/underweight, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, tobacco use, depression, stress and sedentary lifestyle.

(Goetzel, 1998)

What services are provided?

  • Weight loss programs
  • Walking/Step related programs
  • Fitness Classes (boot camp style, flexibility, yoga, pilates, etc.)
  • Lunch and Learns
  • Nutrition Seminars
  • Fitness Screenings
  • Wellness Culture Audits
  • Workplace Safety and Ergonomics

 

What our clients are saying.

 

“My consulting firm hired Brent with the intent of running a weekly boot camp for our employees. We sought a personal trainer who was willing to take on a variety of personalities, physical capabilities, and various fitness goals plus do so with the highest level of diplomacy and push. Brent Hartman took the challenge and has become an integral part of our overall company culture. He has unified our group and challenged us to take ownership for our health. He is a GREAT personal trainer.”

 

Joy Taylor

CEO, TayganPoint Consulting

August 26, 2012

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