Corporate Fitness Camp (Retainer)


Price: US $1,250.00


This is a Non-Refundable Retainer Fee Only!

Contact us for a more detailed quote for your corporation size and to book your camp beginning and end dates.


What is a Corporate Fitness Program?

A corporate fitness program is an employee benefit that is offered to improve overall fitness, health and productivity of a working community.  It is a proven method of reducing health-related costs simply by providing a means to a healthier lifestyle. It is a low-cost way for employers to increase productivity thus improving their bottom line.

Studies have shown that companies that have implemented a corporate fitness program into their employee’s weekly routine have recorded fewer sick days and lower healthcare costs. At the same time a good fitness program will motivate an employee, elevating their overall creativity and desire to achieve. In return employers will experience lower turnover and more loyal employees.

This is why the SSA is the comprehensive answer for corporate fitness.

How a Corporate Fitness Program Can Work for You:

What is Corporate Fitness Program?

  •  A fun and challenging “boot-camp” style workout, utilizing strength training, functional training, cardiovascular conditioning, core training, and flexibility training to all your employees, on site at your corporation.
  • Workouts appeal to both men and women alike from the elite level athlete to the untrained fitness beginner and everyone in between.
  •  Has helped shape up everyone from teens to seniors with their completely scalable workouts, which is the key to enabling the boot trainers to work with all levels and ages all while keeping each workout fun and varied.

How would the program work for my corporation?

  • A fully-certified and personal trainer will come on site to your location 3 days per week and bring all necessary equipment.
  • Employees simply need to bring a workout mat or towel and water bottle.
  • Corporate fitness programs commence at your chosen time each day.



  • We believe the corporate fitness program works best when the cost is shared between employer and employee. This brings a sense of investment and accountability to both parties. The cost for corporate fitness involvement may also be taken pre-taxed, and should be approved through your company’s legal or accounting departments.
  • To be truly committed to the program and to ensure the best long-term results for both parties, we ask for a 3 month commitment.

Corporate Fitness Facts

  • There is a $1.3 trillion total impact on the economy from seven chronic diseases-cancer, diabetes, hypertension, stroke, heart disease, pulmonary conditions and mental illness. Of this amount, $1.1 trillion is attributed to lost productivity (DeVol et. al. 2007)
  • In 2004, the U.S. spent 85% of every healthcare dollar on people with chronic conditions (
  • Chronic diseases are responsible for 7 out of 10 deaths in the U.S. (PFCD 2007).
  • More than 60% of American adults don’t get the recommended amounts of physical activity, and the majority of the U.S. population has a poor diet.
  • Lowering the rates of obesity could produce productivity gains of $254 billion and avoid $60 billion in treatment expenditures annually (De Vol et. al. 2007).
  • A recent review of health promotion and disease management programs found a significant return on investment, with benefit-to-cost ratio ranging from $1.49 to $4.91 (median of $3.14) in benefits for every dollar spent on the program (USDHHS 2003).
  • Presenteeism (days employees are at work but are performing at less than full capacity because they are ill due to chronic disease) is increasingly viewed as an important contributor to employee health costs. The January 2008 Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine reports that workers with moderate to severe obesity annually cost $1,800 (about $500 higher than for other workers) in presenteeism, based on hourly wage of $21 (Gates et al. 2008).
  • More than half of multinational corporations in a 2006 survey expected to introduce or expand corporate fitness programs over the next five years (PricewaterhouseCoopers 2007).