It can be hard to set goals without experience – but we can help
- Reasonable workout goals matter. You can only push yourself so far, but you don’t want to sell yourself short either.
- People get discouraged when they set the bar too high.
- Drive is important, but you need to be realistic about your capabilities.
- Balance is key when it comes to setting your goals and developing your routine.
- Designing a custom workout plan is easy by identifying a few key factors.
When you’re the boss, it’s in your best interest to ensure your workers spend time moving – especially if they sit at a desk for the majority of the day. While your employees’ health isn’t exactly your responsibility, it is your responsibility to ensure they achieve enough of a work-life balance so that they can allot some time to maintain and even improve their health.
A worker’s sedentary lifestyle has huge impacts on their productivity and your bottom line. Not to mention it’s important that management cares about each individual worker. That means going beyond their work goals alone or checking up on how their weekend was. It means getting involved with them as an individual on a more personal level, knowing what they are passionate about and what drives them to keep going each day.
Don’t sell yourself short
We get it. It can be hard to determine whether your goals are set in the right place, too low, or too high, especially if you are new to the world of fitness. That’s why we hire fitness experts. They know how to design a plan that fits you, your workers, and your workplace perfectly. It’s all about balance.
Determine if this is the right path for your company
Being in good health is always in style. It can help office productivity as well as individual motivation, self-esteem, and all-around morale. Custom health and wellness plans are a great option for companies of all shapes, sizes, and backgrounds. It could just be the motivating factor or extra push that someone needs to be their best.
When management motivates workers to be their best, the effects trickle down. Their friends and families will notice their improvements, and they themselves will notice too. But it can be hard to design a workout plan that is sufficient for the entire office. It might be more productive to work with your employees, gauge where they are, and develop individual plans based on their personal goals. Just because everyone is on their own plan doesn’t mean you’re not in this together!
Developing a workout plan should include goals
Without a set goal in place, people tend to forget the purpose behind what they are doing. Plus, it’s a great way to gauge whether the plan is effective as it progresses (and after it’s all finished!). Seeing is believing, and witnessing that improvement in endurance, breathing, or noticing a physical change in one’s body will push you to keep going.
Survey your workers to see what types of results they are looking for and what level of commitment they’re willing to agree to – after all, the plan only works if they are fully on board.
Your office, your goals, your rules – we are here to discover that balance with you
You’ve got 1,440 minutes in your day. Don’t you want to promote a healthy lifestyle while motivating those around you? That’s where we come in.
We know that an active lifestyle can be extra challenging for those working full-time jobs. That’s why at LiveWell 1440 we want to help you develop a welcoming workplace that doesn’t settle. Motivate your workers to look, feel, and be their best with custom wellness plans.
We specialize in both physical and mental health, and we aren’t afraid to push you, your workers, and their families to the success they yearn for. Contact us today to design a customized wellness plan. It’ll push you, pull you, and exhaust you – all without pushing beyond the boundaries we will set together from the start.