EHC: Where Physical Culture Meets Corporate Culture
Corporate Health & Fitness: Evolved
Ethos Health Company is on a mission to change how employers and employees think about corporate health and fitness. Why? Because wellness programs that don’t align physical culture with corporate culture don’t work.
What does work are simple, fun and sustainable health and fitness solutions that are rooted in a corporation’s unique values and make it easy for employees to regain their bodies and their lives.
It used to be that a tired body was the measure of a hard day’s work. Today, physical inactivity is forcing a new generation of sophisticated—yet sedentary—workers to deal with a host of health issues that affect both body and mind. Medical experts have even started referring to the negative consequences of physical inactivity as “sitting disease.”
One-third of Americans are obese…
Obesity costs U.S. employers an estimated $150 billion in lost productivity.
What the united states spent on healthcare in 2009 was greater than the entire GDP of Great Britain.
Health insurance premiums for small employers in the U.S. increased 180% between 1999-2009.
If the U.S. health care system was a country, it would be the 6th largest economy in the entire world.
Clearly, employees and employers have reached a breaking point. From blue-collar workers to Silicon Valley CEOs, people are giving up their bodies and their lives in order to keep up with the demands of the modern workplace.
We believe that there is a solution—a solution rooted in the physical culture movement that originated in the 19th century as a response to the newly sedentary, post-Industrial Revolution lifestyle of the middle class. By applying the principles and best practices of the movement to the modern day workplace, EHC is helping corporations create a physical culture that is as unique as their corporate culture.
EHC doesn’t follow formulas, or rely on “cookie cutter” approaches to corporate wellness. Instead, we deliver creative, cutting edge health and fitness solutions that are unique to your corporation and serve as vehicles for long-term cultural, emotional and physical change.
Ethos aligns physical culture and corporate culture. Ethos belongs to you.