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Which would you rather be: Financially fit or physically fit? For me, it’s not really an either/or. I mean, they’re kind of unrelated. You can do both. But a recent study discovered that most people don’t.
Run during your lunch break? Reporter Stephanie Reighart does and shares her other office fitness tips
Reporter Stephanie Reighart is a very fit co-worker of mine. She runs during her lunch break and sits on a stability ball at the office, too. See her office fitness tips in the video below. She also addresses the tricky … Continue reading
Standing desk? Skip the stilettos for cute flats or modest heels for walking, standing in the office
If you’ve read any of my blog posts or follow me on Twitter, you probably know I’m into being fit at work. It’s a subject I got passionate about after losing a substantial amount of weight as a post-college grad … Continue reading
Americans’ extra weight is a heavy burden on businesses that pay some portion of their employees’ health care costs. But with limited office funds, what can employers do to keep workers healthy? Here are some cheap, quick ideas.
Do you work for a fit company in Pennsylvania? Get recognition, tools from American Heart Association
The American Heart Association is recognizing fit workplaces and offering tools to companies to improve wellness.
When a person works an unusual schedule, getting in daily exercise can be difficult. Night News and Digital editors put in their two cents about how they get Fit At Work.