As more and more business owners add fitness centers and gyms to their offices as part of employee wellness initiatives, they come up against a quandary. What does one actually put into an office gym? How do you walk the line of creating an economical space, but still providing a fitness area that employees actually want to use? While you may not want to outfit your office gym with all the latest and greatest workout equipment, you do want to ensure you include the basics — things like free weights, exercise balls, and resistance bands, for example. To fill in the rest of the gaps, these five resources can help.
Getting your team to workout is easier when you give them the tools to do so. Beyond just setting aside a room in your office as a workout space and outfitting it with some standard equipment, make getting started actually easier for your team, with some guided instructions. There’s no need to bring in a pricey employee health consultant, though. These resources do the trick on a small business budget, offering your employees a wide range of activities, to fit a wide range of fitness levels, so that there’s never an excuse to not take advantage of this valuable employee perk.
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