Employee Wellness Programs

Walkingspree helps companies control health care costs by getting their employees moving. It is our use of technology and success with employee engagement that sets us apart. Our physical activity wellness program achieves at least 50 percent sign-up and high year-over-year-retention rates – about 70 percent.

The Walkingspree advanced wellness program is a multi-device platform that uses state-of-the-art computer connected (both wireless and USB) activity trackers to track and record physical activity, and an active social network to keep members motivated and engaged. The program also features interactive tools like a body tracker to set and monitor goals, and a food tracker that makes counting calories easy.

The benefits of walking are astounding. Just 30 minutes of walking a day can help lower blood pressure and cholesterol plus reduce the risk of heart disease. With 75 percent of all health care claims related to preventable chronic disease and lifestyle choices, walking is a proven solution

By applying modern technology to the simple concept of walking, we have turned that concept in a proven wellness program. The results are healthier employees and a positive return on investment for clients.


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Get your Walk on for a Cure!

  October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Research has shown that women who exercise, reduce their risk of breast cancer by 12%. Walkingspree would like to encourage everyone to get their walk on for a cure for breast cancer.     Walkingspree will donate $1.00 to the American Cancer Society for Read More.

Cost, security concerns may slow Apple Watch’s role in workplace wellness

With the launch of the Apple Watch, Employee Benefit News (EBN) contacted Hiran Perera, CEO of Walkingspree to solicit his opinions on the impact of the watch in workplace wellness. ‘Hiran Perera, CEO of Walkingspree, a wellness vendor which uses its own $45 wearables or other lower-priced tools such as the Read More.