(Vocus/PRWEB) February 25, 2011
For the first time, Cooper Corporate Solutions, a Cooper Aerobics company founded by Putnam City native Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper, will host Oklahoma City’s first open session of Fit to Lead, a health and business seminar, on Monday, March 21, at the Skirvin Hilton.
Fit to Lead teaches business leaders the strategies to manage their nutrition, fitness, and stress—all of which contribute to their professional productivity. Fit to Lead leverages Cooper Aerobics’ 40 years of data and research to craft realistic, customized plans to empower more effective business leaders through healthy lifestyles.
During the one-day seminar, Cooper experts will share practical strategies to incorporate physical activity and proper nutrition in the workday—whether on the road or in the office. Through Fit to Lead, participants will:
- Learn about corporate wellness programs that can produce a meaningful ROI when properly executed.
- Enjoy a healthy breakfast, lunch, and snack, all with nutritional analysis information and take-home recipes.
- Practice in-office exercises like chair lifts and stretching.
- Better understand the health implications of unaddressed stress and will learn strategies to healthfully manage stress.
- Create a personal action plan that focuses on “Squaring Off the Curve.” A lifestyle proven to improve the quality and quantity of one’s life.
Cooper Corporate Solutions provides wellness consulting and programming services to Oklahoma City-based Devon Energy and Durant-based First United Bank.
Monday, March 21, 2011
8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
The Skirvin Hilton, Continental Room, 14th floor
One Park Avenue, Oklahoma City
Interviews available upon request:
- David Atkinson, Cooper Corporate Solutions Vice President of Wellness Consulting and Fit to Lead co-creator
- Meridan Zerner, Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian and Fit to Lead presenter
- Ron Stout, author, professor, former Fortune 50 sales executive, and Fit to Lead presenter
Consider these statistics:
- Fit individuals have less stress, anxiety, and are more productive in the workplace. (The Cooper Institute)
- More than 30 percent of Oklahoma residents are obese, tying the state for the second worst rate of obesity in the nation. (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2010)
- Obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer account for 74 percent of all health care costs, much of which is paid by employers. (Wall Street Journal 2009)
Fit to Lead one-day business seminar costs $925 per person. To register, contact Bryan Lennon at blennon (at) cooperaerobics (dot) com.