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Work gyms lift mood

17th December 2008

A study has shown that employees who can exercise at work are more productive, happy, efficient and calm.

Two hundred people took part in the Bristol University experiment to test the impact of workplace keep fit facilities like gyms or classes. The findings showed that exercise re-energised staff, improved their concentration and problem solving and made them feel calmer. Writing in the Journal of Workplace Health Management, they said more businesses should be encouraged to provide facilities for staff to exercise.


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Article Information

Title: Work gyms lift mood
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 9600
Date Added: 17th Dec 2008


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