Amy Martin from continued

Customer Spotlight: continued

Wellbeats Customer Spotlight: continued is a leading online provider of continuing education for professionals in audiology, speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and early childhood education. continued has a diverse population with 100% of their employees working from home. On January 1, 2019 continued integrated Wellbeats into their health plan offerings.

Problem

A remote work environment doesn’t necessarily offer as many opportunities to get up and move as a traditional office setting. continued wanted to provide a good option for team members to fit a workout into their day. “I don’t want to go to the gym, what can I do at my home?” was a typical excuse for not engaging in existing fitness options.

“We’re all busy people,” says Amy Martin, health and wellness manager at continued. “Family, obligations, work… fitting in a trip to the gym doesn’t work for everyone.”

To help individuals take control of their health, continued was searching for a virtual fitness solution that would eliminate barriers to exercise and appeal to a diverse employee base with different fitness levels, class style interests and varying workout goals.

Fitness program requirements included:

  • Class variety, no equipment needed
  • Quality programming for all fitness levels
  • Easy to administer and use
  • Affordability
  • Ability to track use and success

Solution

continued gave remote employees easy access to an engaging, affordable and personal fitness solution that fit their lives. Wellbeats helped with their prelaunch and launch activities. Their launch included a “Welcome” email campaign, intranet messaging, and a video presentation at the company’s annual meeting.

After just 6 weeks of launching Wellbeats, 72% of employees were reported active and engaged, with 17 average app engagements per user.

“It’s fitness in your home,” says Amy. “With Wellbeats, there’s no excuse not to move.”

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00:02 we're all busy people family obligations

00:06 work sitting in a trip to the gym

00:08 doesn't work for everyone Wellbeats can

00:11 help its fitness in your home with over

00:14 20 channels of programming access well

00:17 beats from your laptop tablet phone or

00:20 TV class times from 5 minutes

00:23 to 50 minutes beginning fitness to

00:26 advanced levels well beats has something

00:29 for everyone

00:30 workouts require a small space with

00:33 minimal to no equipment with the kids

00:35 channels the whole family can join in

00:37 with well beats there's no excuse not to

00:41 move

00:45 [Music]

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Video credit: Matthew Scott Martin

Employee Feedback

What continued employees are saying…

“Nice way to get in a sweat in a hotel room. I’m a beginner and I was able to do the workout at my own pace with the modified moves.”

“(Wellbeats) is easy to follow and effective.”

“I’m loving barre. I always wanted to try it but it was never offered when I could go.”

Learn More

To learn more about continued:

https://www.linkedin.com/company/continued/

https://www.facebook.com/joincontinued/

https://twitter.com/joincontinued

https://www.continued.com

 

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