All Posts Tagged With: "incentives"
My lesson learned – puppies don’t stop, so I can’t either! I’ve been enjoying exercise more and also been much more enabled to make dietary changes thanks for a new accountability partner. I encourage you to find an accountability partner of your own.March 16, 2011 | HealthChkZach | Comments Off | Continued
Arnold Schwartzeneggor may seem like one of the most muscular men in politics, but according to his body mass index, BMI, he is morbidly obese. When men and women who have a heavily muscular build take tests like the BMI composition test, their results will many times be skewed. BMI only takes into account weight and height; nothing in between is accountedFebruary 22, 2011 | HealthChkAbby | Comments Off | Continued
HealthCheck360 is pleased to announce the December 2010 edition of the Live Well Work Well newsletter has been released. This monthly newsletter offers helpful health and wellness tips.December 8, 2010 | HealthChkZach | Comments Off | Continued
Mistakes – we all make them. We make them at work, at home, and everywhere in between. And when it comes to the goals we set regarding diet and exercise, this rule certainly holds true for the vast majority of us.
This past week, Jim Wachtel (our sales representative) and I had a great experience traveling [...]
panel discussion talking about the future of wellness programming…technology. How will technology change wellness programming and what cutting edge technological applications are on the horizon for wellness and HealthCheck360?September 17, 2010 | JimWachtel | Comments Off | Continued
This entry is part 2 of 42 in the series HC360 Health Coaching WebinarsThe coaches of HealthCheck360 are proud to debut their monthly webinar series with their first topic: Sun Safety! With the summer kicking off and sun exposure at its height, take this opportunity to listen as the coaches weigh in on sun exposure [...]July 7, 2010 | CoachEva | Comments Off | Continued
Traditional wellness has failed. Learn the best practices for a leading, performance based wellness and health risk management that is measurable and outcome based.April 2, 2010 | JimWachtel | 1 comment | Continued