Former Personal Trainer. Student of human nature & physiology. I help people implement long-term solutions, instead of short-term 'fixes' that inevitably fail.
The healthier one gets, the better one looks, feels and performs.
By paying some attention to what we eat, how we exercise, and other lifestyle factors, we can significantly improve our long-term health outcomes - and that of our children.
At companies, the better the employees are looked after, the better they will do their job, and the less company time (money) is wasted.
There's not much else to say.
It's in everyone's best interests.
As a lifelong student, i've come to understand what sitting does to the human body. Generally-speaking, people who sit in (and thus outsource their skeletomusculature system to) chairs for extended periods of time will develop very predictable mobility issues, which leads towards a loss of physical function. This has many implications.
Then you must consider myriad of other factors... Sitting (especially in the same environment) causes brain atrophy, and negatively impacts our glymphatic system, metabolism, and ability to control blood sugar.
Bottom line: Humans aren't meant to be sedentary. Sitting in excess creates many problems. Move or die.