Wellness & Fitness Safety Video
Wellness & Fitness Safety Video

Wellness & Fitness Safety Video

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List Price: $229.00
Classification: General Safety & Health
Length of Video(in Minutes): 13
Year Produced: 2004
Publisher: MARCOM Group Ltd., The
Description: MARCOM's "Wellness and Fitness" Videotape Program shows employees how small changes in lifestyles can produce big benefits. While wellness is a gradual process, eliminating negative lifestyle factors can help keep employees healthy. A good wellness and fitness program can significantly improve employees' safety records. Studies have found that accidents and injuries occur less frequently with employees who are healthier and in better shape. The Videotape includes information on the importance of "attitude”, blood pressure and other stress related conditions, smoking, nutrition and weight control, drug and alcohol use, exercise, and more. The Videotape Program comes with a comprehensive Leader's Guide, reproducible Scheduling & Attendance Form, Employee Quiz, Training Certificate and Training Log.

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Wellness & Fitness Video Excerpt: Wellness is a place we should all be striving to reach.Wellness means the state of being in good health. And that’s important becauseof we’re in good health we’re more protected from stray viruses and otherdiseases. The road to wellness can be a long run, but you can get there fromhere by taking steps in the right direction. Think about how you live yourlife. Do you take care of yourself? Do you eat right and exercise? Positivesteps lead to wellness. Then there are the steps backward. The bad things thatwe do that affect our health, say we smoke cigarettes, or allow stress to ruleour lives. These are called negative lifestyle factors. They are potholes inthe road. Hitting them, falling into bad habits, increases our personal healthrisk. Now one negative factor, say smoking, is bad enough, but when you add asecond risky behavior like alcohol abuse, your problems only multiply. Each ofus needs to tally up our own personal health risk. Remember though thatbattling these problems is often a gradual process. Don’t expect to shake allyour bad habits over night. Instead work to reduce risk factors a little at atime. While you’re at it you’ll feel better and you’ll lower your chances ofserious health problems. Let’s examine the major components of wellness.

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