How does fitness influencer and healthcare fanatic Angie Roos keep herself motivated?
We partnered with Angie on our #10DaysOfWellnessResolutions campaign where we asked people to share with us how they stayed motivated, focused and healthy in a world which has been turned on its head.
Angie’s theme this year is Twenty-Twenty-You.
“Not only for me but I want you to remember that this is YOUR year that you achieve your goals or take that first step towards a healthier and fitter you.” ~Angie
About this campaign
Developed by our partners from Decusatio who specialise in Access to Market strategies, this campaign focuses on interviewing healthcare influencers and those passionate about building the workforce of the future.
The past 2 years have been incredibly challenging for organisations who have focused on survival as the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the global economy. The end result is that a number of South Africans are tired, stressed and very often not living optimal lifestyles.
The purpose behind this campaign was to encourage individuals and businesses to take personal goal-setting seriously and to equip them with practical tools from those who are excelling in their respective fields. By being able to learn from – and be motivated by – people like Angie Roos, we will get the positivity flowing.
If you would like to learn more about this campaign, you can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Why Workplace Wellness matters
According to the World Health Organisation, the average South African does not do a healthy level of exercise. This is putting them at risk of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia, and some cancers – and there has been no improvement over the past 15 years
Medical insurer Discovery echoes this, saying that 50% of South Africans are not doing enough exercise and this is more than double the global average of 23%.
This issue is also filtering down to the youth of South Africa who are struggling to find role models to encourage them to live healthy lifestyles. A Lancet study shows that South Africans teens are amongst the laziest in the world when measured by physical activity done.
If we cannot set an example for the youth of tomorrow, we will be creating a situation where we will amplify unhealthy lifestyles which will then translate into poor workplace performance.
How can we help?
A healthy workforce is an asset and by investing in the health and well-being of your staff, you can make your business more competitive.
Improve the physical and emotional wellbeing of your team and you’ll see an impact on your bottom line. Healthy, happy staff are more likely to be present during the working day and tackle tasks with a more positive mindset. This will translate into improved interactions with clients and other stakeholders and ensure that fresh ideas are being circulated around your organisation.
We offer a variety of Workplace Wellness solutions for your staff.
Whether you are looking for a team to execute an in-person Wellness Day with your staff, online sessions looking at healthy eating and exercise, a coaching voice to motivate your team to take on a healthy lifestyle, financial wellness offerings or more specific Ergonomics Assessments and “Return to Work” assessments – we have a team that are on hand to help you.
If you would like more information on our offering, you can reach out to us or our partners from Decusatio.
A healthy workforce is an investment in the future of your greatest business asset: Your Staff.