In recent years, studies have found that employees who get regular exercise and have a higher fitness level are more productive at work. In addition, fit employees tend to be more satisfied with their jobs. This reduces turnover and absenteeism.
So, it’s a good sign that the new Christy Street fitness facility has been really popular in the first few weeks it’s been open! A lot of business owners and their employees have been taking advantage of the well-equipped facility — including showers — to get their workouts in before or after work, at lunch, or in fact, just about any time of the day.
If you haven’t tried the facility yet, you can get the keypad code from Tony Gonzalez in the management office in Building 42840. Encouraging your people to make time for their workouts could be a healthy investment in your bottom line!
One note: unfortunately, to be fair to everyone who works at Christy Street, the fitness facility is for business owners and their staffs only. This means no spouses, family members, boyfriends, girlfriends, or acquaintances.
Let Juan Help You Get More Out of your Workouts
You may think you know how to use a fitness facility — I mean, how hard can it be? According to Juan Torres of Torres Fitness Training, just getting onto a treadmill isn’t that difficult. But putting together a workout tailored to your needs may be harder than you think.
How many days a week should you lift weights? Is it better to go with heavier weights and fewer repetitions, or lighter weights and more reps? What’s the right mix of cardio, strength-training, and aerobic endurance work?
The answer is, of course, it depends on what your goals are. Juan works with a variety of individuals — from professional athletes to corporate executives and everyone in between — and he can help you structure a program that’s right for you, or even provide an individualized program to guide your training.
You can meet Juan and win a drawing for a free fitness evaluation and personal training session at the Grand Re-Opening of Fremont Business Park on Thursday April 22nd from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
RSVP for the Grand Re-Opening
Have you RSVP’ed to be at our ribbon-cutting and grand re-opening on April 22nd? If not, do it now before you forget. You’ll have the opportunity to meet Fremont business and government leaders and other dignitaries, as well as to enjoy a hosted BBQ lunch with all the fixin’s.
To RSVP, contact Anna Mcquillan Rose at (408) 453-4700 x123, or email@example.com.