Lambert Smith Hampton’s Glasgow office is set to embark on an eight-week change challenge as part of its commitment to employee health and wellbeing, with the help of a local fitness studio.
The challenge is run by Ignite Fitness Glasgow and is intended to help LSH’s team lose weight, build strength, improve conditioning and overhaul their diet.
Fifteen of LSH’s Glasgow team will take part in the balanced nutrition and exercise programme which includes a 16-session on-site boot camp fitness programme, a healthy balanced eating plan and two ‘lunch n’ learn’ sessions to launch and end the challenge.
Aasia Mohammad, director of office advisory at Lambert Smith Hampton’s Glasgow office said: “We all know that our increasingly sedentary lifestyles are bad for us, so we thought this was a fantastic way of promoting health and wellbeing to our team while also forging links with a great local business.
“While this will certainly deliver some very important messages about diet, fitness and wellbeing, it’s also about having fun and bringing our team together in a supportive environment. We’re very keen to get started and there’s already a strong sense of friendly competition amongst our team as they discuss their personal goals.”
Lorraine Richardson from Ignite Fitness Glasgow said: “Lambert Smith Hampton is setting a great example for other employers by encouraging their employees to rethink their approach to health and fitness and supporting them in making positive changes. It shows a genuine commitment to wellbeing and we’re confident each of the fifteen challengers will reap impressive lifestyle benefits throughout the eight weeks and beyond.”