Northeast Building Products Takes Corporate Wellness to the Extreme

April 19th, 2012 by Editor

Northeast Building Products Corp. in Philadelphia announced it is offering a supercharged version of a corporate wellness program to its employees. The company has teamed with Stay Young Fitness Corp., an in-home fitness provider in Philadelphia to implement an eight-week contest deemed the 2012 Camelot Fitness Challenge.

According to the company, this challenge is unlike most wellness programs. Each employee participating will be given specific goals to reach over the eight-week period. They will be issued points for reaching their goals. They’ll also be given points for participating in lectures, workouts, steps per day and several other criteria. Each employee is grouped into small teams based on their goals, schedules and fitness levels.

Each team is then designated its very own personal trainer/nutritionist to work with. Their fitness professional will develop a specific workout and nutrition plan for each employee. Whatever goal they seek, their dedicated fitness professional will motivate and help them reach it.

The person who earns the most point will win a cruise for two from Northeast Building Products. In addition, the company will pay the winner’s for the time off and give the team that earns the highest point average a prize, as well.


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