Leading the way with affordable fitness-based wellness programs.

Your company can improve the health of the organization with the right programs in place.

Effective wellness programs have been shown to:

  • Reduce total health care costs: in terms of medical claims, the American Journal of Health Promotion found that physically active employees are $391 less expensive than inactive workers each year. 1,2,3
  • Decrease absenteeism1,3
  • Boost workforce productivity:employees who are frequent exercisers show signs of higher job-satisfaction scores and reduced employee turnover. 1
  • Provide ROI in medical cost savings:studies by the International Fitness Club Network point out that the results of employee wellness and fitness programs commonly show a 100% to 300% return on investment in just five years. 3

The Right Fit
We offer a variety of Corporate Wellness program plans to make it easy to select one to best fit the company’s needs. Bally programs are designed to bring wellness into reach.

A Healthy Company
Deliver measurable benefits to your company while employees adopt healthier lifestyles overall. It’s a win at every level!

Inspired Employees
With Bally Total Fitness®, employees can take advantage of a leading value in fitness, with the support and resources they need to succeed, at our very best price.

To learn more about Bally Total Fitness Corporate Wellness:

  • Call 1.800.942.5825
  • Email CorporateWellness@ballyfitness.com

1Davis L, Loyo K, Glowka A, Schwertfeger R, Danielson L, Brea C, et al. “A Comprehensive Worksite Wellness Program in Austin, Texas: Partnership Between Steps to a Healthier Austin and Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority” Preventing Chronic Disease Public Health Research, Practice and Policy 2009;6(2) Centers for Disease Control. Web Feb 2010.

2Goetzel, Ron Z. PhD; Jacobson, Bert H. EdD; Aldana, Steven G. PhD; Vardell, Kris MS; Yee, Leslie MD, MPH. “Health Care Costs of Worksite Health Promotion Participants and Non-Participants” Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine (April 1998). Web April 2011.

3Sources: Aldana, SG. Financial Impact of Health Promotion Programs: A Comprehensive Review of the Literature, American Journal of Health Promotion, 2001; Chapman, LS, Meta-evaluation of Worksite Health Promotion Economic Return Studies, Art of Health Promotion, (2003); Chapman, LS, Meta-evaluation of Worksite Health Promotion Economic Return Studies: (2005 Update) Art of Health Promotion, (2005) p. 1-16. Web April 2011.