Corporate Wellness Seminars

The surprised looks on their faces…

when someone would ask me, ‘Hey Sean how many calories do you eat in a day?’  You would expect a guy weighing 185lbs with a good amount of muscle and low body fat to reply with a number approaching 3,000 or greater.  But when I replied ‘About 2,000’ they were astonished.  The truth is, at that time I was working behind a desk for most of the day.  The fact that I would hit the gym hard for an hour or more did not negate the fact that I was sedentary for about twelve hours (it was a long drive to work).  I just didn’t need that many calories.



Are you doomed for failure if you work in an office?

Of course not, you simply have to make the necessary adjustments to align with this lifestyle.  I was in great physical shape and perfect health when I had my marketing gig.



Legitimate advice you can use

Unlike other corny wellness programs, I’m not going to suggest you get up and do 50 jumping jacks at your desk every hour on the hour.  Come on, that’s ridiculous.  Permanent lifestyle changes are what work, not gimmicks.



Forget what mainstream media tells you about health

Most of what you hear are old theories backed by flawed science.  What’s more, many health ‘gurus’ have an agenda and will only promote products and ideas that fill their pockets.  I have no agenda and I am not represented by any supplement or food companies.  I want to promote good health.


What we’ll discuss

  • Common Health Myths
  • What to Eat
  • When to Eat it
  • Exercise Strategies
  • Sleep Quality
  • Supplementation
  • Weight Loss


Corporate Wellness Inquiry

Corporate Wellness Inquiry

Sean Felenczak, CSCS