Fitness for Life
Worksite Wellness & Health Coaching
Supporting a higher level of well-being - individually and organizationally
Fitness for Life provides a variety of consulting services to help your business experience the numerous benefits of workplace wellness. A well-designed, custom and motivational program can help your company create a culture of health and improve your bottom line.
Wellness Culture Assessment
Whether you're just getting started or already have wellness programs in place, Fitness for Life will evaluate all the elements of your strategy utilizing health promotion best practices. This assessment provides specific suggestions to enhance your current efforts.
Employee Needs & Interest Survey
Doing wellness "with" and not "at" your employees is critical to a results-oriented program that engages your employees from the start. This service does just that, and says that their opinion and health really matters.
Employee Health Screenings
Capturing data on the status of employees' health risk is an important step in designing effective health promotion programming. Depending on your needs and culture, company-wide screenings can be administered as an HRA (Health Risk Assessment) as well as a variety of group biometric and fitness screenings.
Wellness Operating Plan
Let us build the foundation of your program, by first assembling a wellness team, then developing a strategy that meets the needs and interests of your employees. This service will develop your operating plan with all the important elements for success.
Comprehensive Wellness Programs
Starting with your culture assessment, Fitness for Life will identify what part of the wellness spectrum needs attention first. See more on specific types of programs with our Healthy Performance Options below.
Wellness Fair Design
If you're interested in giving your employees one-stop-shopping for wellness awareness, a well-designed fair will attract maximum participation. By including different facets of the health spectrum employees can learn how to improve their emotional, physical, nutritional, preventive, and financial wellness.
Fitness Center Design
By understanding your business and your employees needs we can help you create a successful fitness environment. Whether it’s minimizing safety issues, or maximizing space for optimal functionality, the layout and design of a facility is critical. A fitness center should be consistent with the look, feel and character of the entire facility.
Worksite Wellness Services
Strengthen and lengthen your body while reducing stress with Pilates mat
classes. Based on the principles of Joseph Pilates, you can have a body with
tighter abs, a stronger back, leaner legs, and greater flexibility. Experience these benefits and more:
Worksite Wellness Programs - Healthy Performance Options
Prove that you can impact the health and productivity of your employees by participating in our series of topics based on your needs and culture. Fitness for Life’s programs offer the measurement and outcomes data your organization needs to demonstrate success.
Executive fitness evaluations
Group fitness/readiness screenings
Let us help optimize meal and snack options your organization presents by designing nutritious, appealing selections for cafeteria and vending areas. We'll can help coordinate team challenges, and facilitate sound 8-week weight management classes, seminars and webinars.
Be Smoke Free!
American Lung Association smoking cessation clinics
Tobacco-free campus campaigns
Great American Smokeout challenge
One-on-one Wellness Coaching
Good Mornings! Sleep Series
A good night’s sleep is part of our wellness! Not having quality sleep hinders our ability to manage weight, emotions and life. This 3-week program teaches employees what to avoid and what to do for optimal sleep.
Fitness for Life Worksite Wellness Consulting
Resiliency building workshops
Meditation & relaxation classes
Final Guidance on Incentives for Nondiscriminatory Wellness Programs in Group Health Plans Released
On May 29, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Treasury, and the Department of Labor (DOL) released joint guidance on nondiscriminatory group wellness programs under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
This final rule establishes standards for all grandfathered and non-grandfathered group health plans with plan years beginning on or after January 1, 2014. The final rule largely maintains the guidance issued in the proposed rule, but makes a number of clarifications.
Under the rule, wellness programs are divided into two categories – participatory wellness programs and health-contingent wellness programs. For more read here.