Having a workplace stretching program, or Stretch and Flex, not only helps your organization mitigate the short and long-term costs ofmusculoskeletal disorders(MSD’s), it also shows your employees you care about their health and well being.
Example of energizing paint colors and use of modular fitness equipment to create a welcoming environment in a small, windowless corporate fitness center.
Corporate fitness centers have come a long way. Gone are the days of dark, small spaces tucked away in a basement or parking garage. Most Class A commercial real estate floor plans give substantial space to high-end fitness centers filled with the latest in equipment and design finishes.
Having an on-site corporate fitness center doesn’t necessarily mean you have a captive audience who will use the facility on a regular basis. What's your member retention strategy?
Much like a commercial facility, you need to nurture your members and provide them with a variety of reasons to regularly use the gym and participate in activities. But how do you know what they want? A customer satisfaction survey is a good place to start.
If you’re a property manager in a corporate or multi-family residential property and you have a fitness center, do you staff it? Here are the 6 quick myths versus facts.
Providing access to people of all abilities should be an important consideration when designing or refreshing your small fitness center. The Americans with Disabilities ACT (ADA), passed in 1990, did not include fitness centers in its original scope. It’s since been updated to include fitness centers with the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design.
Construction cranes dot the downtown Seattle landscape as far as the eye can see. Condos, hotels, office and multi-use spaces are being built at a lightning pace. Competition’s tough in the commercial and corporate real estate market these days - what are you doing to keep up?
Why not use the start of a new year to set new goals for your corporate wellness program?
Resolve to...Think About Wellness Beyond Fitness and Nutrition.
Musculoskeletal disorders, or MSD’s, account for nearly 33% of workplace injuries.¹ Health and safety professionals are looking to ergonomics — fitting a job to a person — to help reduce the number and severity of work-related MSD's.
Your fitness center was built as an afterthought. It’s small, filled with random equipment and is not user friendly. You want to expand, but more space is not an option. What do you do?
You’re looking for ways to engage your employees or tenants around fitness and wellness but you don’t have a dedicated fitness center. No problem! You don’t need a large, fully staffed fitness facility to provide your people with a robust fitness experience. Offering a group fitness program can help achieve this. Here’s how: