Twin Rivers Technologies Blog


Health & Wellness

Posted by Danielle Wentworth on Mar 12, 2018 10:00:00 AM

TRT recognizes that the success of its operations is dependent on a healthy, high functioning workforce. As such, TRT is proud to support the fitness and overall well-being of our employees through the Health & Wellness Program. TRT distributes a monthly fitness bulletin that strives to educate employees on various subject matter ranging from

  • Healthy diets
  • Blood pressure
  • Metabolism
  • Eye health
  • “Fat facts”
  • Hydration
  • Gastrointestinal health
  • Dental health
  • Healthy feet
  • Headaches
  • Strength and resistance training
  • Healthy holidays and more

Approximately 75% of TRT’s employees belong to TRT’s fitness center that was recently upgraded and outfitted with all new fitness equipment to give employees a place to physically and emotionally improve themselves. At the fitness center TRT holds a weekly fitness Boot Camp for the hardcore workout warriors. Our insurance carrier provides benefits for fitness program reimbursements allowing employees try different fitness options outside of our facility.

Twin Rivers GymIMG_0105.jpgHowever, the most engaging program TRT offer is the Fitness Challenge Program. This program is held twice per year and is a 13-week, team driven program that promotes comradery, health and well-being. In 2017, over half of TRT’s employees took the opportunity to challenge themselves and their coworkers to be healthier! Each fitness challenge’s goal and tasks were different and challenging in their own way. The challenges focused on not only participant’s physical health, but mental wellness and the importance of preventative doctor’s visits. Examples of challenges include water consumption, steps goals, keeping a food log, exercise challenges (cycling, running, gym visits), healthy eating, relaxation and even a donations drive for a local charitable organization that TRT is involved with. Our most successful weight loss challenge resulted in a total loss of 439 lbs by all participants!

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