Rolling Strong is the catalyst to change the crisis in driver health by providing health improvement programs that focus on Nutrition, Fitness, Sleep, Lifestyle and ultimately improving the overall health of the driving community.
Who We Serve
My coach calls me weekly to check in and help keep me on track. Her encouragement and accountability has been such a huge help. I have lost 15 pounds and will continue on my journey to better health!
– Starla D.
My coach taught me what to eat, what not to eat, and how to be mindful of eating slower. I’m appreciative of the time she has taken to meet with me. Rolling Strong is a wonderful program!
– Frank Berk, Jr.
I am really enjoying the Rolling Strong mobile app. I use it mostly for steps and for sleep. My coach has been very helpful in helping me set and achieve my weight loss goals.
– Michael Jones
Hunger is mainly driven by two hormones, Ghrelin and Leptin. Leptin is made by fat cells and is an appetite suppressor. Ghrelin is produced in the gut and increases hunger. Ideally, these two hormones work together to encourage appropriate times and amounts of food to keep a body nourished and at a healthy weight. Leptin […]
In the current world today, we cannot get through the day without using or seeing the word “wellness”. It is used in a wide-spectrum of different industries such as retail, travel, leisure, fitness, healthcare, medical and many other industries with varied interpretations. So, what exactly is wellness? Wellness is defined as the state of being […]
Eat like a King or Queen at breakfast, a Prince or Princess at lunch and a Pauper at dinner. Science is proving this old adage to be true for those trying to lose weight and improve their health. A recent study found that eating a main meal after 3:00 pm, makes losing weight difficult. Study […]
We all know our body changes as we get older. Some of these changes start as early as the third decade of life. After age 30, maximum heart rate declines by about one beat per minute, per year, and the heart’s peak capacity to pump blood declines by 5%–10% per decade. Starting in middle age, […]
Americans consume, on average about 3,400 hundred milligrams of sodium on a daily basis. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends less than 2,300 milligrams per day…which equals about 1 teaspoon. Ideally, the healthy limit is 1,500 milligrams. Excessive sodium intake is linked to high blood pressure, which can lead to heart disease, stroke and kidney […]
1) How do wellness programs work?
2) What kind of classes do you offer?
3) How will this program help me become healthier?
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5) Are corporate wellness programs effective?