Why your boss should pay for your workout


“Last summer, a few of my employees convinced me to meet with Kat to hear about creating a corporate FFC account. I was dubious at best but figured I had nothing to lose. Kat assured me she would make the plan turnkey for me and she totally overdelivered. She makes it so easy to manage and administer the plan. This is easily the most hassle free benefit I can offer to my employees. Not only are we getting healthy, but my employees are more focused and energized. And to add to it, I joined myself and couldn’t be more thrilled. I am thinner than I have been in over 10 years and have more energy. Even my boss notices my better mood when I work out during the day. I notice how much more focused I am throughout the day when I work out at lunch. No more 3pm slump!”

Martin VargheseWeigel Broadcasting


Kat Byrne Frosolone
Regional Director of Corporate Wellness

Kat Byrne is a veteran of the health club industry and is the director of Fitness Formula Clubs’ corporate wellness program, WellFit. Of her 27 years in the fitness industry, 15 of them have been with FFC. She implements corporate fitness and wellness programs by way of preventative health service plans that reach new and often inactive membership markets. Kat facilitates corporate sales, business partnerships, and wellness programs creating a healthier work environment for our corporate clients.


WellFIT is a program designed by Fitness Formula Clubs to help your organization and employees become healthier and more productive. Companies that invest in their employees’ fitness and wellness are rewarded with all the benefits of a happier, healthier workforce.

WellFIT will enable your company to establish a relationship with an experienced fitness liaison with no risk, and no cost. Fitness Formula Clubs will design and manage a comprehensive program to suit your employees’ needs, and will be on hand every step of the way.

Upon joining Fitness Formula Clubs’ WellFIT program, you and your employees can look forward to:

  • Complimentary Group Wellness Programming: Quarterly seminars, covering topics from nutrition to injury prevention, and 30-minute workouts, including yoga and circuit training, brought to you on-site. Designed to engage all company employees, regardless of fitness level. You choose which classes best suit your team.
  • No-Cost Benefits: Company-sponsored complimentary on-site programming and volume FFC membership discounts for all employees.
  • Month-to-Month Membership Options: No long-term contracts enable both the company and the employees to have the freedom and flexibility of month-to-month billing.
  • Account Management: Full administrative support, including marketing collateral, designed to facilitate company-wide employee communication. Quarterly open enrollment and on-site Q&A sessions allow employees and FFC representatives to connect and build relationships.

Investing in a wellness plan for your employees reaps rewards.

Look forward to:

Positive Return on Investment:

A comprehensive study of 20 companies’ employer-sponsored wellness strategies, based on peer-reviewed articles published between 2005 and 2011, found that most companies reported between $1.60 and $3.90 saved versus spent on wellness programming.

Reduced Absenteeism:

A 2010 Harvard study published in Health Affairs stated that wellness programs cut absenteeism costs by $2.73 per dollar spent. Con-way Freight reported 75% fewer lost work days by one year following the initiation of its wellness program.

Reduced Chronic Illness and Hospitalization:

A study of BJC Healthcare, published in the March 2013 journal Health Affairs, found a 41% decrease in hospitalization for conditions targeted by its wellness program. The Harvard Nurses’ Health Study unveiled that as many as 9 out of 10 cases of Type 2 diabetes can be prevented with a healthier lifestyle, including exercise, proper nutrition and healthy body weight.

Healthier Employees:

Results of the 2013 Workplace Wellness Programs Study sponsored by the U.S. Departments of Labor and Health and Human Services showed that participants of wellness programs that include weight management saw an average reduction of BMI of about .15 in the first year, with persistent effects for two following years. According to a 2010 editorial published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, as little as four hours of sitting can send the body into a harmful sedentary state, shutting down genes that regulate glucose and fat. The more excuses people have to be active throughout the day, the better.

Happier Employees:

“Exercise is the single best thing you can do for your brain in terms of mood, memory, and learning,” says Harvard Medical School psychiatrist John Ratey, author of the book, Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain. “Even 10 minutes of activity changes your brain.”

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