Connectica International Co., Limited
working out at work
At the public gym, like I did at the upscale gym on Upper East Side of Manhattan, it\'s not uncommon to see naked women squeezing acne in oversized mirrors, or to hear male gorillaesque snoring with too much weight raised.
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For anyone working on a weekday, meeting your boss or someone close to the cubicle can be a normal and embarrassing experience.
This situation is becoming more and more common, and more companies are opening ~house gyms.
More than 5,000 employers now offer enterprise health centers.
Fortunately, the company is trying to eliminate the possibility of embarrassment from the dress code, private shower and replacement area.
It is not cheap to create facilities with a modest attitude.
But for many companies, the price paid for healthy employees is small.
Research has shown that the people who exercise have more energy and ultimately are more productive at work.
According to a recent study by American sports data Corporation
Only 2 people who exercise regularly are absent from work.
11 days a year, compared to 3 days.
06 days of inactive employees.
The trend of private showers and changing areas is a welcome development, especially for Douglas Klin.
Unfortunately, he has already been there.
It happened a few years ago when his boss invited him to play tennis before a business dinner.
The gym they went to was only open shower.
Because the dinner was in a nice restaurant, he couldn\'t get there with a smelly sweat.
He had no choice but to use the collective shower with his boss. Says Kling.
\"What should I do?
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\"Everything is set to be private,\" says Kling of the individual shower.
These facilities are smaller than most public gyms, but this can be a good thing.
They usually have an employee who knows the regulars very well and will get in touch when they haven\'t seen them for a while.
Also, they often do personalized exercises for the gym
Finding someone to help design a fitness program in a public gym can be an expensive proposition.
That\'s why 1-1 customer service representative Kenny Johnson800-
The Utah contact joined the company gym.
He used to be at Gold\'s Gym but never felt comfortable there.
\"There are always a lot of people standing there,\" he said . \".
His goal is to add muscle to his 160.
Pound 6 feet 2 inch frame but total think people in behind talk about he.
He doesn\'t quite know how to use the devices and doesn\'t feel like he can ask anyone, which doesn\'t help.
In August 2005, he began to exercise at the company gym, after which his muscles increased by 45 pounds.
He learned the right way with the help of personal training and offered it to him for free. On-
The website company gym is not only good for employees.
If they do it right, they can actually be used as a recruitment tool.
The same is true for newspaper and magazine publisher Hurst, whose gym is located on the 14 th floor of the new headquarters in Midtown Manhattan.
It\'s right across the hall from the HR department, which is not accidental.
This may not be the only reason employees choose to work there in the future, but it is a selling point.
\"Healthy employees are a good thing,\" said Brian Schwagerl, vice president of Hearst real estate . \".
To do this, Hurst designed a fitness center called \"club\", which is more suitable for spa than the gym. It worked.
From the floor to ceiling windows, you can see a panoramic view of the north of Central Park.
The equipment is ergonomic and is the correct mechanical equipment from Milan, Italy
The headquarters is located in the technical gym.
There are golden, sustainable hardwood floors and lockers made of replanted Wood.
Cold water, freshly ground coffee and seasonal fruit are complimentary.
\"I\'m redesigning the bathroom at home.
\"I was inspired by this gym,\" said Brooke coffsky Grasberg, editor of Oprah magazine.
\"Beautiful space for me to come to the gym.
It doesn\'t feel like a drag.
Another benefit is the clothing provided by Hearst.
There are two types of pants available for women
Club general manager Nikki Karosen said yoga pants and baggier Adidas boots cut fitness pants are suitable for women who don\'t feel comfortable wearing tight clothes.
The employee is $60 per month, but the health reimbursement provided by the insurance company is about $30 per month.
Kosofsky Glasberg used to belong to a gym near her home in New Jersey, but she didn\'t like to go to the club as much as she did.
She never used the locker room because they always smell like bleach.
\"The dressing room here has no peculiar smell and is even equipped with disposable toothbrushes and toothpaste tubes.
I was told that if there is any zit squeeze here, it will continue after the closed door ---
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