A Culture of Wellbeing with Stacy Fritz

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“We all have moments during the course of the day that we can address that very important topic of personal health.”

Stacy Fritz

Stacy joins me today to discuss how organizations can cultivate a culture of well-being in order to save lives and money. She shares her philosophy on how busy individuals can find the time to focus on their health and why a one-hour daily workout is not enough to reverse the effects of occupational or chronic sitting.

We discuss the value of infusing fitness-focused micro-work breaks into your daily routine and ways you can incorporate them into your daily schedule. We also explain why organizations need to re-evaluate their idea of a corporate wellness strategy and reframe it to meet the needs of today’s post-pandemic workforce.

This week on The Mindset Zone:

  • How Stacey helps busy individuals improve their health and wellbeing
  • Stacey’s philosophy on managing your time to focus on your health
  • Infusing fitness-focused micro-work breaks into your daily routine
  • Shifting your mindset to address your personal health
  • The effects of chronic sitting and why an hour of daily exercise is not enough to reverse the effects
  • How to infuse micro-work breaks into your daily routine
  • Developing a culture of well-being in the workplace
  • Why organizations need to reframe the concept of corporate wellness
  • Obtaining employee buy-in for your corporate wellness strategy
  • Challenges that organizations face when trying to develop a culture of corporate wellness
  • How COVID-19 has impacted the conversation around mental, physical, social, and emotional health

The Guest:

Stacy Fritz is the President and Founder of Fit2Order, LLC., a woman-owned corporate wellness company based in Towson, MD that specializes in offering at-work wellness solutions for the sedentary workforce. Her company serves clients at the local, regional, and national levels helping business owners, HR managers, and employees elevate their culture of well-being and support healthy, happy, and productive work lifestyles. Stacey is an E-RYT 500, ACE certified Group Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer, and an ACE Health Coach. She also serves on the Board of Advisors for the non-profit organization, Believe Big. As a 10-time marathon runner, triathlete, perpetual student, and a purveyor of all things that challenge potential and inspire healthy work cultures, Stacy is passionate about inspiring individuals, families, teams, and organizations to invest in their health through nutrition, movement, and stress management tools.

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