WHEATON, IL, March 05, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- As more organizations look for ways to manage the cost of employee healthcare, what better way to bring this message to your organization than to have your CEO enter a fitness challenge. Nancy Munro, CEO of KnowledgeShift was willing to take on this challenge offered to members of the Illinois Technology Association starting in November of 2011. The contest was sponsored by InerTrain, an online fitness company.
Contestants had to evaluate their fit age before and after the contest. Each contestant worked with one of InerTrain's online virtual trainers with personalized fitness plans to ensure they had a workout strategy that was in tune with how each CEO would meet their fitness goals.
The contest ended in January of 2012 and awards were presented February 29th. "I already worked out a lot so I was skeptical whether or not an online trainer would be able to help improve my fitness level" stated Nancy Munro. "But I was really challenged and was exposed to a variety of workout plans that allowed me to do many of them from home so I enjoyed the flexibility and the challenge."
Both organizations are based in the Chicago area. The Illinois Technology Association has over 700 member companies ranging from pre-start up to seasoned industry leaders.
KnowledgeShift supports services for distribution of learning both in traditional and non-traditional platforms. KnowledgeShift is the creator of Mobi-RolePlay a unique voice simulation application for educational and therapeutic uses. For further information, please contact us as (630)221-8759.