Wellness Design: The Rise of the Tailored Fitness Experience

Wellness Design: The Rise of the Tailored Fitness Experience

As the economy continues to recover and more Millennials enter the workspace, unique, accessible amenities are more important than ever in making your property stand out. There’s nothing like having a coffee bar in your office, which saves your tenants a trip to the nearest Starbucks, cutting down on productivity and increasing frustration.

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No Sweat – Moving Beyond Fitness

No Sweat – Moving Beyond Fitness

Employers love when employees reduce absenteeism and come to work mentally focused and fit for the job. Not every corporation can provide a gym or assist in the management of one’s health outside of the workplace. However, introducing movement spaces adjacent or embedded, into break rooms, relaxation spaces, or in proximity to one’s desk, is a much more obtainable goal for most. We often refer to these as No Sweat zones.

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Is Your Corporate Fitness Space “Millennial Friendly”?

Is Your Corporate Fitness Space “Millennial Friendly”?

Fitness has proven to be key amongst the 18-34 crowd. A recent survey found that Millennials make up 48% of all regular exercisers aged 18+ who do gym-type activities. So what exactly are Millennials looking for when it comes to a workplace fitness amenity? When developing or refreshing your office workout space, consider these Millennial-attracting trends:

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The Numbers Don’t Lie – Why Corporate Fitness Makes Sense

The Numbers Don’t Lie – Why Corporate Fitness Makes Sense

We live in a world dominated by numbers and metrics. From the rise and fall of stock values and gas prices, to political approval ratings and prime time television ratings, it’s all about the stats. This is never more evident than in the business world, where corporations split one financial hair after another to ensure that monthly reports don’t send stockholders running. Still, amidst all the balance sheets and complex algorithms, many corporations are addressing arguably the most profound variable on their bottom line: employees.

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