Have you heard of the old saying? Survival of the fittest? Sure you have. But making so many excuses in opposition to this sound philosophy and raising so many objections to it, so many people have fallen off the proverbial wagon and have not survived, not in life and certainly not in work. In order to survive the work environment and do well, you do need to be fit and healthy. This is particularly important for desk-bound workers.
They are never coming close to being as physically active as their so-called blue collar counterparts are. And yet the physically active worker is at risk too. When a person is young, he can get away with so much. But only for so long. Because sooner rather than later in life, the body, and mind, says; no more. See what a detrimental effect this has on an inactive and unproductive person. When companies are faced with financial challenges they are sometimes forced to downsize.
And it is these folks who are first in line to receive their pink slips and packages. There are just so many things a person can do to get and keep in shape. There is much a person can do to get healthy. Companies or team leaders that have taken it upon themselves to involve their workforce in group fitness norman programs would derive so much more successful results across the board than their rivals who have not yet bought into the health and wellness approach to work and life.
It does not require much to start seeing positive results. A little bit each and every day sure does go a long way at the end of the day. Every little bit helps. Every little bit counts.