The effect of exercise on the brain has been in the media quite a bit lately. Books like Spark, by John Ratey, have promoted recent empirical findings on the wide range of beneficial effects of exercise.
People read about these benefits and are often motivated to try and use them in their workplace. Teachers want to have their students move more to promote learning, clinicians want their patents to exercise more to improve clinical outcomes, and administrators want to see employees exercise more to decrease sick time and improve work performance.
We are often contacted by these interested individuals who would like to know how to apply the theory of exercise in a real life program. RTSG can set up such a program, train people to run it, monitor it to ensure it works, and offer improvements when required.
To learn more, contact us.