Comprehensive Corporate Health and Wellness Program Launched

Coffs Harbour, Australia (PressExposure) January 22, 2009 -- Why is it important for businesses to have a fit and healthy team? A fit and healthy team will be less likely to take sick days or have fewer work place injuries than an unfit and sedentary team. More importantly though, they will perform better when they are at work and are mentally and physically attentive to the management team, this means more quality and quantity of output throughout the year.

Performance Overhaul includes three workshop sessions. Workshop one works by following our proven coaching model, we focus on turning your employees from interested to committed. Workshop two focuses on regulating their body clock and their natural energy levels to give them greater productivity. Workshop three contains the formula to overcome obstacles, plateaus and daily challenges that life throws at us. This is presented by entertaining speaker Julie McCabe, who talks from her own life experiences.

Tom Merrick, founder of Exceed and Excel, says "As a Personal Trainer and Wellness Coach I find that health and wellness issues affect the whole aspect of a person's life, including their jobs. However, people face the biggest problem which is the ability to stay motivated to exercise and eat healthy. With Performance Overhaul, the whole workplace will be invigorated to be healthy and to stay healthy and to be more productive."

About ExceedandExcel.com.au

About Exceed and Excel


Exceed and Excel offers health and wellness programs for individual, group or corporation clients.
They advocate three fundamentals of living remarkably:
1. move more
2. eat smarter
3. live smarter.
Trainers are led by its founder, Tom Merrick, who is backed up by 6 years of experience as a Health and Wellness Expert. Details of Tom’s programs are found in http://exceedandexcel.com.au/index.html

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Press Release Submitted On: January 22, 2009 at 2:01 am
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