Wellbeats offers free on-demand, virtual fitness subscriptions to employers until April 30 to help fight the spread of coronavirus

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Access to anytime, anywhere fitness content allows companies to maintain workplace well-being initiatives while enforcing work-from-home policies

By making Wellbeats’ fitness and nutrition content available for free, we hope to improve broader workplace health and support the efforts of employers across the country as they strive to maintain normal business operations during this public health crisis.

The spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) has shut down national events, slowed travel, and caused a growing number of companies to enforce work-from-home policies until health officials are able to stop the spread of the virus. In addition to impacting workforce productivity and scheduling, coronavirus is making consumers reluctant to hit the gym. To support employers in their efforts to maintain employee health and well-being during this time, Wellbeats announced today that the company will offer its on-demand, virtual fitness subscriptions free of charge to U.S. employers through April 30, 2020. This offer is effective immediately.

According to president and CEO Jason Von Bank, Wellbeats is offering its full library of more than 500 on-demand fitness, nutrition, and mindfulness classes to employers who want to ensure employees can maintain fitness and well-being routines while working from home. The offer is available to employers in the United States who do not currently contract with Wellbeats.

“Staying fit and eating well boosts the body’s immune system, while exercise is a great way to manage stress during challenging times such as this,” said Von Bank. “By making Wellbeats’ fitness and nutrition content available for free, we hope to improve broader workplace health and support the efforts of employers across the country as they strive to maintain normal business operations during this public health crisis.”

Employers who want to take advantage of this offer should email media@wellbeats.com for more information and a registration code. Employees can then access the fitness content via Windows, iOS, or Android devices to stream classes from the comfort and safety of their own homes. Wellbeats has also developed marketing tools that human resource teams can use to promote the content.

Wellbeats’ classes cover a wide range of activities, from high-intensity interval training to yoga and stretching. There are classes for users of all ages, ability levels, and interests, as well as classes that highlight nutrition and cooking skills. Visit http://www.Wellbeats.com/corporate to learn more about on-demand, virtual fitness for commercial or individual use.

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Barbara Tabor, APR (651) 230-9192 / Barbara@taborpr.com / @taborpr

About Wellbeats
Based in St. Louis Park, MN, Wellbeats is a leading provider of on-demand fitness classes for use in workplaces of all sizes, on college or university campuses, multi-family housing, the U.S. military, and fitness and health clubs. Wellbeats makes fitness easy, accessible and affordable for everyone. More than 500 workout classes are available via kiosks, an online portal or via Android and iOS apps. To learn more, visit http://www.wellbeats.com or check out a sampling of the company’s fitness classes during a Facebook Live session. Follow on Twitter or LinkedIn.

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