2024 Annual Wellness Plan

Employee Wellness Plan 2024


In an era where the lines between work and life increasingly blur, employee wellness has become a cornerstone of a thriving workplace. At YuMuuv, we recognize the immense value of nurturing a healthy, vibrant workforce. It's not just about physical fitness; it's about cultivating an environment that fosters mental well-being, emotional resilience, and a sense of community.

For 2024, we've designed an innovative and holistic wellness plan - a series of monthly challenges that go beyond conventional exercise routines. Our initiative focuses on the entirety of well-being: from cardiovascular health to mental tranquility, from sleep quality to nutritional awareness. In this dynamic world, our goal is to empower our employees to be the best versions of themselves, both in and out of the workplace.

Why embark on this journey? Numerous studies have shown that a healthy workforce is a more productive and happier workforce. Regular physical activity reduces stress, boosts mood, and enhances cognitive function. By integrating a diverse range of wellness activities, we aim to cater to the unique needs and interests of every team member, making wellness not just a program, but a lifestyle.

As we present the "2024 Employee Wellness Sheet," we invite you to join us in embracing a year of transformation. Let's make this year about setting achievable goals, celebrating each other's victories, and building a culture of health and well-being that resonates through every aspect of our lives.

January: January “Heart Attack” Challenge

Moderate Goal: Accumulate 600 minutes of training at or above 65% of your maximum heart rate.

Extreme Goal: For those looking for an extra challenge, aim for 1000 minutes of training at or above 65% of your maximum heart rate.

Alternative: If you don't have access to heart rate measuring devices, focus on accumulating training time as a practical alternative.

Key Points:

  • Target Heart Rate: 65% of your maximum heart rate is the sweet spot for enhancing cardiac efficiency, improving endurance, and effectively burning calories.
  • Engagement and Motivation: We encourage team accountability, regular check-ins, and sharing of individual progress and success stories. This approach fosters a supportive community atmosphere, keeping everyone motivated and on track.
  • Diverse Activities: The challenge is versatile, allowing for a range of activities such as jogging, cycling, swimming, or brisk walking, making it accessible and enjoyable for all fitness levels.
  • Benefits: This challenge is pivotal in promoting better heart health, increased endurance, and an overall improvement in mental well-being. It's a step towards a healthier lifestyle that benefits both personal and professional life.

Start your year with a commitment to heart health and embrace the January Heart Attack Challenge for a fitter, happier you!

January Challenge

February: Weekly Manual Entry Themed Challenges

Introduction: February introduces a series of weekly challenges designed to improve various aspects of health and well-being. Each week offers a unique focus, encouraging participants to engage in diverse and beneficial activities.

1. Week 1: Hydration Hero Challenge

Moderate Goal: Drink 3 liters of zero-calorie/zero-caffeine drinks for 5 days of the week.

Extreme Goal: Amp it up by maintaining the 3-liter goal for all 7 days.

Impact: Adequate hydration is essential for optimal cognitive function and overall health. This challenge is crafted to foster good hydration habits.

2. Week 2: Outdoor Explorer Challenge

Moderate Goal: Dedicate 1 hour each day to outdoor activities for at least 5 days.

Extreme Goal: Double the time to 2 hours each day for an immersive nature experience.

Benefit: Time spent outdoors significantly benefits mental and emotional well-being, offering a vital escape from the confines of indoor life.

3. Week 3: Plank Progression Challenge

Moderate Goal: Start with a 30-second plank and add 30 seconds each subsequent day.

Extreme Goal: Begin with a full minute and match the duration to the day number (e.g., Day 1 = 1 minute, Day 2 = 2 minutes, and so on).

Purpose: Gradually increase core strength and endurance, enhancing posture and overall fitness.

4. Week 4: Mindfulness Mastery Challenge

Moderate Goal: Engage in 50 minutes of mindfulness activities throughout the week.

Extreme Goal: Challenge yourself with 100 minutes of mindfulness for deeper mental clarity and stress relief.

Advantage: Regular mindfulness practice is instrumental in stress reduction and the enhancement of mental health.

Conclusion: February's collection of weekly challenges encourages the development of healthy habits that cater to both physical and mental well-being. These challenges are thoughtfully designed with moderate and extreme goals to accommodate varying levels of commitment and ability, ensuring that all participants can experience the satisfaction of progress and the joys of a balanced lifestyle.

February Challenge

March: Marching to 60/100 Miles Challenge

Moderate Goal: Cover a total distance of 60 miles through any physical activity.

Extreme Goal: Push the limit by covering the full 100 miles.

Description: This challenge is about embracing the diversity of physical activities while achieving a common distance goal. Whether it’s running, cycling, swimming, or a mix of various exercises, participants are encouraged to find their stride and cover 60/100 miles in their own unique way. This challenge is designed to accommodate and celebrate diverse preferences and fitness levels.

Key Points:

  • Flexibility: Choose any activity that suits your style, from walking to rollerblading.
  • Tracking: Log your distance daily to keep track of your progress toward the 100-mile goal.
  • Community: Share your journey, support fellow participants, and celebrate every milestone.
  • Health Benefits: Improve cardiovascular health, build stamina, and enhance overall fitness.

By the end of March, not only will you have achieved a significant physical feat, but you’ll also have fostered a habit of regular exercise that can last a lifetime.

Now, let's create an image that resonates with the Marching to 60/100 Miles Challenge:

  • Visual Theme: The image should convey a sense of journey and progression, with a variety of physical activities being performed by people of different descents and genders.
  • Elements to Include: Representations of different activities that add up to 60/100 miles, such as running, biking, and swimming, showcasing a range of environments.
  • Color Scheme: Motivating and fresh colors that evoke the renewal spirit of March.
March Challenge

April: All-in Activity Index Challenge

Moderate Goal: Achieve 70% on the Activity Index.

Extreme Goal: Strive for 100% on the Activity Index.

Description: This challenge is about embracing a holistic approach to physical activity. Participants are encouraged to diversify their fitness routines, incorporating different types of exercises to work various muscle groups, improve overall health, and keep the spirit of exercise fresh and engaging.

Key Points:

  • Diverse Activities: From yoga to strength training, and from dance to outdoor sports, variety is the spice of life—and fitness!
  • Prevent Burnout: Changing up routines not only helps prevent plateauing but also keeps motivation high.
  • Total Engagement: Aiming for 100% on the Activity Index means giving attention to all aspects of fitness, ensuring a well-rounded regimen.
  • Tracking Progress: Regularly update and review your activity logs to ensure you're on track to hit that 100% mark.

By the end of April, the goal is to have participants feeling accomplished, energized, and perhaps even having discovered new favorite ways to stay active.

April Challenge

May: Double/Triple Marathon Triumph

Moderate Goal: Complete the distance equivalent to two marathons, approximately 84.4 kilometers. Extreme Goal: Surpass yourself by covering the distance of three marathons, approximately 126.6 kilometers.

Description: May's Double/Triple Marathon Triumph is a testament to endurance and the spirit of long-distance achievement. Whether you choose to run, walk, or a combination of both, this challenge is about setting a personal benchmark and surpassing it. It's a celebration of persistence, stamina, and the joy that comes from pushing your limits.

Key Points:

  • Endurance Focus: This challenge is centered around building your stamina and endurance, key components of cardiovascular and overall fitness.
  • Incremental Progress: Aim for the moderate goal of two marathons to steadily build your endurance, or set your sights on the extreme goal of three marathons for the ultimate test of stamina.
  • Flexible Approach: The challenge allows for flexibility in how you accumulate the miles, be it through daily jogs or weekend long runs.
  • Shared Experience: Engage with a community of like-minded individuals, share your progress, and celebrate together as each kilometer brings you closer to your goal.

As the days grow longer and the weather warms up, take the opportunity to step outside, stretch your legs, and embark on a marathon journey that challenges your perseverance and rewards your dedication with a sense of incredible accomplishment.

May Challenge

June: Pedal Power Expedition

Moderate Goal: Finish 5 cycling sessions, each covering a distance of 15 kilometers.

Extreme Goal: Challenge yourself with 10 cycling sessions, each extending to 25 kilometers.

Alternative for Non-Bicycle Owners:

  • Moderate Goal: Complete 750 squats during the month.
  • Extreme Goal: Challenge yourself with 1500 squats.

Description: The Pedal Power Expedition invites you to celebrate the exhilaration of cycling and its myriad cardiovascular benefits. This challenge is not just about the distance—it's about the experience, the exploration, and the joy of discovering the world from the saddle of your bike.

Key Points:

  • Cycling for Health: Embrace the cardiovascular workout that cycling offers, enhancing heart health and boosting endurance.
  • Achievable Milestones: Whether you opt for the moderate goal of shorter sessions or the extreme goal of longer rides, each pedal stroke contributes to your fitness journey.
  • Discovery on Two Wheels: Each session is a chance to explore new routes, enjoy the outdoors, and appreciate the unique perspective that only cycling can provide.
  • Community Riding: Join a community of cyclists, share routes, tips, and experiences, and feel the shared momentum of collective progress.

Gear up for a month of movement, exploration, and cardiovascular strength with the Pedal Power Expedition, and let every ride bring you a wheel closer to your personal fitness goals.

June Challenge

July: Aquaman Odyssey

Moderate Goal: Commit to 100 minutes of swimming throughout the month. Extreme Goal: Surpass yourself by swimming a total of 15 kilometers during the month.

Alternative for Non-Swimmers:

  • Moderate Goal: Perform 300 push-ups over the course of the month.
  • Extreme Goal: Take on the challenge of completing 900 push-ups during the month.

Description: The Aquaman Odyssey is designed to challenge your strength and endurance through the powerful, full-body workout that swimming offers. For those who aren't able to swim or don't have access to a pool, the squat alternative ensures everyone can participate and build strength.

Key Points:

  • Swimming for Fitness: Swimming is an excellent way to build cardiovascular health, improve muscle tone, and increase endurance without putting stress on the joints.
  • Incremental Progress: Whether opting for a time-based moderate goal or a distance-based extreme challenge, each swim session is a step towards enhanced physical conditioning.
  • Squats for Strength: For non-swimmers, squats are an effective way to strengthen the lower body and core, improving overall fitness and posture.
  • Community and Support: Share your swimming distances or squat counts, celebrate milestones, and encourage each other in this journey of strength and endurance.

Dive into July with the Aquaman Odyssey, and embrace the challenge, whether in the water or on land, to significantly boost your fitness levels.

August: Health Index 100% Challenge

Moderate Goal: Reach 75% on the Health Index.

Extreme Goal: Aim for the pinnacle of 100% on the Health Index.

Description: The Health Index 100% Challenge in August is a holistic approach to well-being, integrating physical fitness, nutritional balance, and mental health. This challenge invites participants to not just focus on exercise, but also to pay attention to their diet and mental well-being, fostering a comprehensive approach to health.

Key Points:

  • Holistic Health Focus: The Health Index encompasses various aspects of health, encouraging a well-rounded approach to well-being.
  • Nutritional Awareness: Pay attention to dietary habits, aiming for balanced, nutritious meals that fuel your body and mind.
  • Mental Health: Incorporate practices that enhance mental well-being, such as mindfulness, meditation, or engaging in hobbies that relax and rejuvenate you.
  • Physical Fitness: Continue with regular physical activity, ensuring it complements your nutritional and mental health efforts.
  • Measurable Progress: The Health Index provides a tangible way to track progress, with a clear objective to strive towards.

By participating in the Health Index 100% Challenge, you’re committing to a month where every aspect of your health is a priority. It’s an opportunity to assess and improve your lifestyle, leading to better health outcomes and enhanced overall well-being.

August Challenge

September: Step-up September

Moderate Goal: Achieve 10,000 steps on 15 different days throughout the month. Extreme Goal: Challenge yourself to reach 12,000 steps on 20 different days.

Description: Step-up September is centered around encouraging consistent physical activity, which is fundamental for maintaining cardiovascular health. This challenge emphasizes the importance of regular movement and aims to instill a habit of daily walking, an accessible form of exercise with numerous health benefits.

Key Points:

  • Daily Movement: Walking is a simple yet effective way to stay active, improve cardiovascular health, and boost overall fitness.
  • Gradual Increase: The moderate goal offers a feasible challenge to gradually increase daily step counts, while the extreme goal pushes for higher consistency and endurance.
  • Tracking Progress: Participants can use pedometers or smartphone apps to easily track their daily steps, keeping them motivated and accountable.
  • Flexible and Inclusive: This challenge is adaptable to various fitness levels and lifestyles, making it a practical option for a wide range of participants.
  • Community Engagement: Share your progress, encourage each other, and perhaps even organize group walks to foster a sense of community and shared achievement.

Step-up September is designed to make physical activity a regular part of your daily routine, reinforcing the habit of walking as a cornerstone of a healthy lifestyle.

September Challenge

October: October Training Triumph

Moderate Goal: Accumulate 750 minutes of training time throughout the month. Extreme Goal: Challenge yourself to reach 1500 minutes of training time.

Description: The October Training Triumph is focused on building and maintaining a consistent training routine. This challenge is designed to enhance overall fitness through dedicated and regular exercise. Whether it's strength training, cardio, yoga, or any other form of physical activity, the aim is to stay active and accumulate significant training minutes.

Key Points:

  • Diverse Training: Incorporate a variety of workouts to keep the routine engaging and cover all aspects of fitness, including strength, endurance, flexibility, and balance.
  • Incremental Goals: The moderate goal of 750 minutes is set to encourage steady progress, while the extreme goal of 1500 minutes offers a more intensive challenge for those looking to push their limits.
  • Routine Development: Focus on establishing a regular exercise routine, aiming for consistency in your training sessions.
  • Tracking Progress: Keep a log of your training time to monitor progress and stay motivated.
  • Community Support: Share your workout plans, progress, and tips with others, fostering a supportive environment that motivates everyone to achieve their fitness goals.

The October Training Triumph is an excellent opportunity to solidify your exercise habits and make significant strides in improving your overall physical fitness.


November: Sweet Dreams November

Moderate Goal: Attain at least 7 hours of sleep on 20 different days of the month. Extreme Goal: Aim for at least 7.5 hours of sleep on 25 days.

Description: Sweet Dreams November is all about recognizing and prioritizing the importance of sleep for both physical recovery and cognitive function. This challenge encourages participants to focus on their sleeping patterns, aiming to achieve restful and sufficient sleep consistently throughout the month.

Key Points:

  • Quality Sleep: Strive to achieve deep, restorative sleep, which is essential for the body’s recovery and brain function.
  • Sleep Hygiene: Adopt practices that promote better sleep, such as maintaining a regular sleep schedule, creating a comfortable sleep environment, and minimizing screen time before bed.
  • Tracking Sleep: Monitor your sleep duration and quality using apps, wearable devices, or a sleep diary to keep track of your progress.
  • Educational Aspect: Learn about the benefits of sleep and how it affects overall health, mood, and productivity.
  • Community Engagement: Share tips, discuss challenges, and support each other in achieving the sleep goals, fostering a community focused on health and well-being.

By participating in Sweet Dreams November, you are not just working towards a monthly goal, but also adopting habits that can lead to long-term improvements in your health and well-being.

November Challenge

December: Calorie Crusher Collective

Moderate Goal: As a group, aim to burn calories equivalent to 1.4 times the collective Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) of all participants.

Extreme Goal: Push the limit by burning calories equivalent to 1.55 times the collective BMR.

Description: “Calorie Crusher Collective” is a unique challenge that brings together the power of teamwork and the spirit of collective effort. This challenge is designed to foster a sense of community as participants work together towards a common goal - burning a significant amount of calories, measured against the group's collective BMR.

Key Points:

  • Team Effort: Encourages collaboration and mutual motivation as everyone’s efforts contribute to the collective goal.
  • Varied Activities: Participants can choose their preferred method of calorie burning, be it through cardio workouts, strength training, sports, or any other physical activity.
  • Tracking Progress: Keep track of the calories burned through fitness trackers, apps, or manual calculations based on the type of activity and duration.
  • Motivational Boost: Working as a team can provide an extra motivational boost, helping participants stay committed and energized throughout the challenge.
  • Health Benefits: Besides calorie burning, this challenge promotes overall fitness, teamwork, and a sense of accomplishment.

Calorie Crusher Collective is more than just a fitness challenge; it's an opportunity to unite in a common fitness pursuit, encouraging each other and sharing in the journey towards a healthier, more active lifestyle.

December Challenge


As we navigate through 2024 with these monthly wellness challenges, we're not just aiming for temporary changes but a lasting transformation. This initiative reflects YuMuuv's commitment to a holistic approach to wellness, where every individual's health is a priority. Together, let's make 2024 a milestone year in our wellness journey, creating a happier, healthier, and more productive workplace.