Amanda Russell
Amanda is also a fitness professional, nutritionist, former elite athlete and creator of, one of the top online fitness programs. Created it the busy professional in mind, you can check out her limitless fitness programs and online plans HERE!

Manda is a big proponent of employee and leadership wellness. The way you feel directly effects every aspect of your life, making you more productive, successful and happier!

She has created a corporate wellness program, which offers the great opportunity to transform the workplace. Employees perform better because they are giving their bodies proper nutrition, translating to less sick days and lower health insurance costs. Amanda’s corporate wellness Program is priced by the number of people participating per three months. Six month programs are also available.

Elite Custom Coaching

Six, 50-minute group coaching sessions over 3 months Three in-person laser coaching sessions Three, one-hour health and wellness webinars Lunch-and-Learn activities tailored specifically for your group Unlimited email support All e-books, materials, and recipes included Discounts to local health and fitness hot spots
Amanda Russell Special Bootcamp


  • 2-25 People: $2,500.00
  • 26-50 People: $4,000.00
  • 51-75 People: $6,000.00
  • 76-100 People: $8,000.00
  • 101-500 People: $12,500.00
  • 501-1,000 People: $15,000.00
  • 1,001-5,000 People: $20,000.00
  • 5,001+ People: $25,000.00
Amanda Russell Bootcamp

Studies & Benefits of Employee Education

In 2010, we as a nation spent nearly $2.6 trillion on healthcare, and it is predicted that by 2020 we will reach $4.6 trillion (CMMS). Over the last decade, employer-sponsored health care costs have increased 131%. Recent studies indicate that approximately 50% of corporate profits now go towards health care costs versus only 7% three decades ago. A 2009 study conducted by Dr. Ron Loeppke found that lost productivity costs due to presenteeism and absenteeism are 2.3 times higher than direct health costs.

According to Dr. Steven Hotze, the annual cost of lost productivity to employee fatigue is $136 billion. Dr. Hotze on presenteeism: "Presenteeism, an employee who works at a lower productivity rate due to health reasons, results in an annual cost of $6,721 per employee. A common misconception among employers is that employees who are absent due to illness are a bigger threat when in fact presenteeism is 10 times as costly. Several studies have shown that the top contributors for presenteeism health conditions are anxiety, depression, migraines, diabetes, arthritis, and back and neck pain."

Employers are actively seeking new ways to reduce health care costs without jeopardizing their ability to attract and retain workers. These factors have prompted many organizations to actively promote health and wellness at the work site. According to a survey released by Buck Consultants in 2011, 74% of responding employers in North America said they now offer wellness programs, providing incentives to encourage healthier lifestyles among employees. As an example, Johnson & Johnson reported that it spends $4.5 million each year on its comprehensive preventive-healthcare programs, but it estimates that without these programs its medical bills would be at least $13 million higher.

Organizational Benefits of Employee Health Education

By providing education to employees specifically on how to improve eating habits, reduce stress, and increase healthy lifestyle activities like exercise, your organization will experience the following benefits:

Reduction in chronic disease – up to 80%! Decreased healthcare costs – one example sites a 2% reduction in the first year alone! Reduced absenteeism Increased productivity Increased employee morale Enhanced workplace culture Attract more talented employees and experience less turnover

Examples of Benefits Achieved

A study at NASA found that while the productivity of non-exercising employees decreased 50% during the final two hours of the workday, those who had an exercise plan in place worked at full efficiency all day. This represents a 12.5% higher overall productivity level in exercisers as compared to non-exercisers.

Studies at Dupont and General Mills, which implemented comprehensive wellness education and programming, found 14% to 19% reductions in absenteeism. General Electric reported an astounding 45% decrease in absenteeism.