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Give your body a boost with more steps a day

In part one of a three-part series on ‘Today,’ Rosemary Ellis of Prevention magazine looks at how walking extra steps can boost your exercise routine Looking to change your life? If so, you might be able to forget those hours in the gym or that crazy diet plan. The editors of Prevention magazine say making … Continue reading

28 Ways to Boost Energy Instantly

  This article was written by Kelly Fitzpatrick of Greatist.com, for everydayhealth.com. Can’t keep your eyes open at the 3 p.m. meeting? Having trouble waking up for an early morning run? Put down that energy shot! There’s no need to chug crazy canned concoctions or buckets of coffee to get through the day. And better still, that doesn’t mean accepting … Continue reading

Making the “Body Corporate” Healthy Starts with Employees

CSC—Computer Sciences Corporation—just announced that it had been awarded Gold Level Achievement in the American Heart Association’s (AHA) 2012 Fit-Friendly Companies Recognition program.  I wanted to immediately congratulate CSC on the achievement. Then I wondered, why is this award special?  Why aren’t all companies at a gold level for this kind of achievement in promoting their employees’ … Continue reading

Eight Ways Goofing Off Can Make You More Productive

One of my colleagues used to head to the men’s room and brush his teeth every time he felt a surge of writer’s block. He swears it did the trick. Another exits the building and walks around the block to clear his head. I like to take advantage of the mid-day yoga sessions that Forbes … Continue reading

Employers save money with wellness programs

Employers have spent years trying to manage rapidly increasing health care costs. Today, employers are facing the potential for even greater health claims costs as we experience increased rates of illness and chronic conditions, and younger individuals enter the work force less healthy than in previous generations. For most employers, chronic diseases such as heart … Continue reading

Ready, set, engage in wellness

Statistics show a rampant rise in obesity and health-related diseases in our culture, yet our largely inactive lifestyles seem to be proof that we’ve not yet motivated ourselves to take action to avoid the onset of health-related calamities—and their associated losses. Until wellness initiatives become second nature to—and adopted by—everyone, the question remains: Whose responsibility … Continue reading

Find Exercise in Life’s Margins

You consider yourself a fit, active person. But, like most busy professionals, you want to exercise more. You want to hit the gym more frequently, you want to finally start taking that yoga class or make that 7 am boot camp in the local park. And then time and again, life just gets in the … Continue reading

U.N.I. Training

At Loszach Report, we are partnered with many fantastic companies working in the corporate wellness industry, and we want to spread the word about them! We are conducting regular interviews with the leaders of our partner companies to spread the word about the interesting services they provide, and find out what has inspired them to … Continue reading