Friday, May 1, 2015

Stay Fit, Even in Temporary Housing

Temporary stays are often inevitable (and sometimes dreaded!) when a family is relocating from one zip code to another. This is due to the lag time created when the employee starts the new job before the house is sold, or if the kids are completing the school year before the move.
Unfortunately, between welcome baskets filled with microwave popcorn and chocolate bars, loud music playing in the stairwell, and postage stamp-sized fitness rooms, temporary housing can wreak havoc on one’s physical and emotional health.
After all, it only takes about 30 days to create a bad habit or undo your good habits, which is quite often the minimum amount of time spent living in temporary housing.
Daniel Corridon, CEO of Stay Fit Housing, recognized how challenging it is to stay healthy when you’re away from home for extended periods, and so he created a solution:
Stay Fit Housing is a company that provides a unique and holistic offering to those wanting to keep up their fitness habits during a temporary stay. Stay Fit Housing is committed to helping their guests maintain or increase their overall well-being.
Leases at Stay Fit are 30 days or more, and include fully furnished apartments, a consultation with a Stay Fit health and fitness expert, and 10 fitness classes at local clubs. They also provide nutrient-rich food and drinks (no Snickers bars or microwave popcorn!). All of this value for a price that is less than you’d pay for a luxury hotel.
If you’d like to maintain your wellness lifestyle wherever your transition takes you across the United States, contact Stay Fit.

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