How Companies Can Step Up Their Game & Help Their Employees Live Healthier

Today, we spend the majority of our days sitting in a car or in front of a computer. How can companies help their employees reverse the negative effects of our sedentary lifestyle?

And more than that — how can they support them to get ripped while working in a full-time job?

In this video, Vishen Lakhiani, founder of Mindvalley, Jason Campbell, our Head of PR & Business Development, and Ronan Diego de Oliveira, our Chief of Health & Fitness share what we’ve been experimenting with here at Mindvalley.

About The Video


Most people who work in full-time jobs get physical issues and put on weight because of the sedentary nature of their occupation. But it doesn’t have to be like that.

We decided that standing desks just won’t cut it anymore so we’ve built a gym INSIDE our office.

Our in-house expert is now training everyone on the “Big 5” exercises of our own science-based strength training protocol. It takes 30 minutes a week and gets you so fit you can run a Spartan Race in a typhoon (check out the video above to see what I’m talking about).

I mean 30 minutes? That’s less than an episode on Netflix.

I’m gonna go now and do some reps before my next meeting. But before that, I want you to know that we don’t want this just for ourselves.

We want every company to look after it’s employees and to bust the myth that your job is supposed to make you gain weight and get sick. Let’s reverse that, shall we?

So if you’re interested in bringing health and fitness protocols like this into your company, email us at corporate@mindvalley.com


What’s one cool thing you would like to implement in your workplace? We would love to read more ideas in the comments section.

Annamaria Nagy

Annamaria Nagy

Annamaria is part of the Mindvalley team. Her purpose is to live a life of creation and self-expression through the arts of writing, speaking, and singing. Also, she believes in magic.

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