Group Wellness "Lighten Up" Challenge
Many people only think about health insurance when they, or one of their loved ones, are sick or injured. Most health care companies offer wellness programs that get little to no participation. The burden of getting participation then typically falls on one individual and their ability to convince others to join. That’s why Enduralife has structured a way to engage others to participate in a wellness challenge that teaches participants how to be healthy, how to stay educated and make a life-long commitment to wellness.
The Enduralife approach to the Lighten Up Challenge:
provides a fundamental education of nutrition
The program can be customized for the unique needs of any organization. Our structured approach helps large groups understand where to start and helps to lay out a plan that will help them to achieve their individual goals. We schedule weekly onsite and in-person nutrition talks, provide weekly group health coaching and advisement, promote peer-to-peer competition, and serve as an encouraging accountability partner by engaging with participants throughout the program.
Participants join to compete. However, the challenge they join will help them learn about healthy eating and how to make healthy choices. They will also get access to discounted memberships to a local fitness facility and will receive the dedicated, individual attention of an Enduralife Certified Health Coach.
Invest in employees and employee morale
Promote healthier employees
Help employees reduce insurance premiums
Increase workforce productivity
Benefits of the Challenge
Having fun makes working together a much better experience
Healthy competition creates an synergies between teams to accomplish more
When teams work together to accomplish a common goal, accomplishment becomes the team sport
A cultural stimulation that makes work more than just the day-to-day
By improving communications between team members, employers increase workforce productivity
Investing in the well being of others, creates loyalty and trust
By improving the health of the employee, participants may qualify for wellness credits with health care providers
Healthier employees typically miss less work
When employees are more healthy, they have fewer dollars spent on doctor visits and medications