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Corporate Fitness

Get Business Fit, One Minute At A Time

November 12, 2009 0 Comments
Get Business Fit, One Minute At A Time

It’s safe to say that not enough of today’s society spends enough time prioritizing their health and fitness.  Statistics aside, there’s no better proof than observing all of the products aggressively marketed as fail proof diet plans, gimmick exercise equipment, miracle weight loss aids, and of course there is just simple people observation.  Even in […]

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Health and Fitness: A Company’s BEST Investment

November 12, 2009 0 Comments
Health and Fitness: A Company’s BEST Investment

Mention investing and most people think you were going to talk to them about money. When it comes to investing in our health however, very few get excited about the prospect and the return on investment (ROI) seldom makes the headlines in The Wall Street Journal. As is apparent by the state of our national […]

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Vending Machine Jargon

November 12, 2009 0 Comments
Vending Machine Jargon

Convenient. Cheap. Fulfilling.  These three words can ring harmony in most ears, especially when referring to food.  We like to eat quickly and hassle free; we’d rather not spend too much; and we expect to be satisfied with our meal.  Think for a moment of how it was hundreds of years ago and eating a […]

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Creating a More Healthful Workstation

November 12, 2009 0 Comments
Creating a More Healthful Workstation

Sit up straight.  Stand tall. Don’t slouch.  Mom always had a way of telling us how to “defy gravity”.  As is with most things Mom taught us, it’s not until we’re older that we better understand those subtle commands, let alone appreciate them.  If you work in an office setting, I’ll bet if you turn […]

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Consider Your Body As A Business

November 12, 2009 0 Comments
Consider Your Body As A Business

Ever think about what would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail? For the thrill seeker, that may mean taking that big step over the edge for the ultimate rush.  For the entrepreneurial minded, that may entail taking the risk of starting up and running their own business.  But is there really a difference […]

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Overstressed and Overworked

November 12, 2009 0 Comments
Overstressed and Overworked

To paraphrase a very familiar patriotic tune, “Oh beautiful for spacious skies……….from sea to shining sea.”, America truly is a magnificent place to live.  Built on the values of our forefathers, the United States grew from a mere thirteen colonies to fifty strong and thriving states. Now within its third century, the United States sits […]

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Making It Through The Day

November 12, 2009 0 Comments
Making It Through The Day

How many times have you seen yourself in this scenario?  It’s only 2 p.m. yet it feels like it should be 10.  Your eyes, while wide open, could very easily slam shut and yawning has become incessant.  Your body continually slides towards the floor as you slump in your chair and your arm has gone […]

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Cognitive Fitness

November 12, 2009 0 Comments
Cognitive Fitness

Exercise. Exercise. Exercise. Unless you have spent the last few years of your life under a rock, most of us are well aware that exercise or even more precisely put, physical activity, is something that should be a part of our daily routine. Unfortunately, while there is no secret that we need to exercise more, […]

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Managing Health Care Costs Through Wellness

November 12, 2009 0 Comments
Managing Health Care Costs Through Wellness

Another year has passed and another year is under way. After the books are finally closed on what is hoped was a year in the black, the focus immediately shifts to a new and profitable plan to grow the business to even greater heights in the new year. This plan can involve everything from marketing […]

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Climbing the Proverbial Corporate Ladder

November 12, 2009 0 Comments
Climbing the Proverbial Corporate Ladder

Entering today’s workforce can be very daunting at best.  What jobs are available? What type of education and qualifications are sought after? What level of experience is required? What does it pay?  These are all valid questions a potential job seeker might ask themselves before landing a desired job.  But once the job is attained, […]

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