To increase group exercise, Penn study suggests rewarding the individual and the team

Financial incentives aimed at increasing physical activity among teams are most effective when the incentives are rewarded for a combination of individual and team performance, according to new research from Penn Medicine. The study, which examined the effectiveness of offering monetary rewards as part of workplace wellness programs, showed that people offered ‘a combined incentive’ were nearly twice likely to achieve their goals as a control group. —> Read More

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