“A lot of people, when they think about health, fitness and nutrition, it’s all about weight loss,” Bart McDonough said. “While that’s certainly one component of it, general health and well-being is about those four components – nutrition, fitness, overall sleep and stress. If you master all of those, I think you end up with this very healthy byproduct. They’re all very connected. Over the past year, I’ve gotten a better appreciation for those components and not just the vanity components of weight loss. And as a business focused on providing high-touch customer service, I feel like if we can provide a platform for our employees to take advantage of that well- being, then from a business perspective, we’ll have better service for our customers.”

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