What If You Could Improve Performance, Reduce Sick Days, Improve Team Cohesion, and Boost Productivity Substantially?

 

Many of the world’s greatest leaders in top tier companies are embracing exercise as a critical factor for overall success. More and more, work is becoming a source of fulfillment, which stands to reason since we spend most of our waking hours working. The demands are increasing all the time, with stress, workload and work life balance being major difficulties.

What if you could improve performance, reduce sick days, improve team cohesion, and boost productivity substantially?

Do you want to rev up mental sharpness?

Exercise has been linked to development of new mitochrondria. What that means is, you body will be better at producing energy, so your brain will have more fuel for working better. It boosts mental output, and will also slow the effects of aging on your brain.

Studies (1) have shown that you can expect to feel and see the results of:

  • improved concentration
  • sharper memory
  • faster learning
  • prolonged mental stamina
  • enhanced creativity
  • lower stress

Imagine feeling sharper and more creative for longer, with less stress and a better memory. What effect do you think that would have on your life, your teammates and your business’ bottom line? 

Happier, Happier, More Energetic

And you’ve also got to consider that you and your employees will be at work, healthier, more often. Exercise has been shown to reduce absenteeism by up to 14%. Here’s the source from Europe PMC, a partner of well respected PubMed. These guys know what they are talking about.

Your Teams Bond Better Too.

This study shows that exercising as part of a group from your workplace has significant impact on bonding with peers, nearest leaders and furthest leaders, and improves conflict resolution. You’ll have a better environment in your office, and teams that work better together. 

This study for the Journal of Business & Psychology proves that the relationship between supervisor and employee improved because there were significant reductions in employee rated perception of abusive supervision.

And You’ll Mitigate the Risks of Burnout.  

Einar Thorsteinsson  & Rachel Judith Bretland, two professors specialising in health psychology, ran a study (1) on the effect exercise has on burn-out.  They ran a 4 week program that clearly showed that exercise is effective at reducing the risk of burnout. Just 4 weeks into the program, participants had greater positive well-being and personal accomplishment, and less stress and less emotional exhaustion.

Sounds Too Good to be True? 

As with everything we do, we put our money where our mouth is. If you’re interested on getting more information, fill out a contact form below. We can discuss needs, goals etc and should we proceed, we will give you your first week at absolutely no cost. And not only that, but if you are not already seeing and feeling enough results for you to believe that it’s a worthwhile exercise within your first 30 days, we will give you  a full refund. 

 

 

Further Reading:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/glue/201411/how-exercise-improves-your-performance-work

How supervisor stress is associated with employee-rated abusive supervision.https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10869-011-9255-0

The global burden of burnout cost is in excess of $300 billion annually. https://peerj.com/articles/891/

did you know that exercise can make you more productive? The latest research shows that a regular exercise routine can make you happier, smarter, and more energetic. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/exercise-productivity_b_2005463

Six weeks of low and moderate exercise training performed by sedentary adults without a well-defined medical condition or an unexplained fatigue syndrome but reporting persistent feelings of fatigue resulted in similarly beneficial effects on feelings of energy.  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18277063 

 

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