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iGlobalWellness to hold a free Stay Active Challenge at CIPD 2011

iGlobalWellness to hold a free Stay Active Challenge at CIPD 2011

Wellness services provider iGlobalWellness is staging a free, calorie-busting competition for speakers and selected delegates at the annual CIPD conference and exhibition in Manchester on 9 November 2011.

iGlobalWellness is inviting a select 50 CIPD attendees to try the world’s best employee wellness competition by wearing its exclusive activity monitor, the iAM, for one day. The iAM uses 3D accelerometer technology to measure the wearer’s activity levels.

Results are then uploaded wirelessly and measured before former Olympic Athlete and 5,000 metre World Record holder David Moorcroft presents awards to the most active CIPD participants on 10 November, the final day of the conference and exhibition.

Anyone wishing to take part in the Mini Stay Active Challenge should register with iGlobalWellness at its CIPD 2011 exhibition stand number 7035 or by emailing Numbers are limited participants are being signed up on a first come first served basis.

The Mini Stay Active Challenge is a one-day version of the iGlobalWellness team-based Stay Active Challenge, which helps companies and their employees increase daily activity levels over a three-month period. One company’s team increased their activity levels by 205% during a recent Challenge.

The Stay Active Challenge is just one of a number of corporate wellness services offered by iGlobalWellness. Others include a personal wellness programme, workshops and strategic consultancy all backed by a global network of health and fitness resources.

iGlobalWellness director and former Accenture managing partner Peter Cheese will be at CIPD 2011 to talk about the revolutionary Stay Active Challenge at 10.15am on Wednesday 9 November as part of the CIPD conference Employee Benefits Hub.

He says: “Our programmes have proven results helping to boost employee activity and productivity. Most importantly we offer a fun solution for improving staff wellbeing.”


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