Companies urged to take up 'sweatworking' to get Britain on move

With regular activity in decline - studies have found that levels of walking have dropped by one third in two decades – learn how workplaces are installing gyms, running tracks and even playground slides to get their employees moving more.

A recent study from Lancet showed that one hour of moderate exercise – such as brisk walking or cycling – is enough to offset eight hours of sedentary office life

Forget networking to prepare you for a better career, Laura Donnelly argues that today it is all about ‘sweatworking’ to prepare you for better health.

Read the full article here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/08/15/companies-urged-to-take-up-sweatworking-to-get-britain-on-move/

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