Room to Move

  • Make Room to Move

    Since building a typical gym can be costly and impractical for many companies, we’ll create a customized movement room perfect for your office and then teach you how to use it. Here’s a list of what we might include– equipment that provides your team with high quality workout options while requiring minimal office space.

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    • Exercise or yoga mats

      Provide these mats for people to do simple, invigorating stretches.

    • exercice or yoga mat
    • stability ball, swiss ball, exercise ball
    • Stability balls

      Commonly called Swiss Balls or Exercise Balls, these are a great tool to have around the office for light exercises.

      It’s a good idea to provide holders so they don’t roll into people at unwanted times.

    • Dumbbells

      For many exercises, sets of dumbbells up to 25 lbs will suffice.
      However, adjustable dumbbells are relatively inexpensive and take up less room. These are a great alternative to purchasing a full rack of dumbbells.

    • dumbbell, free weight
    • Kettlebells
    • Kettlebells

      An intense workout can be done with a single kettlebell. This cast-iron ball and handle uses inertia and momentum to tone muscles in a holistic way.

    • Pullup Bar

      Place one of these in a doorway at the office and you’ll be surprised how many times employees jump up for a few reps. Do not hang clothes here!

    • pull up bar
    • TRX Straps
    • TRX Suspension Straps

      One of the most versatile and low profile pieces of equipment on the market, these straps offer a comprehensive workout utilizing the body’s own weight. They are lightweight and can easily be stored away.

    • Treadmills, Ellipticals, Stationery Bikes

      With more space and budget, treadmills, ellipticals, and stationary bikes are a fantastic addition to any office.

      Create workstations (desks or tables at the appropriate height) for each piece of equipment, so that employees can make phone calls, check email, or catch up on reading while they bike or walk at a slow pace. This type of movement integration is a great way to improve the health of your workforce.

    • treadmill