Indianapolis-based health technology company LifeOmic has formed a partnership with Les Mills, a global fitness company. LifeOmic works with employers to encourage employees to adopt healthy habits and reduce health insurance costs.
Subscribers to LifeOmic’s Precision Wellness and LIFE program will now have access to Les Mills Starter Series, which offers more than 200 short workout videos.
“The partnership with Les Mills underscores our mission to empower every individual, whether it’s an employee or consumer, with the necessary resources to take control of their health,” said Dr. Don Brown, chief executive officer and founder of LifeOmic. “We’re now able to further support our users with hundreds of world-class fitness classes in the palm of their hands and help them continue to reach their health goals, whenever and wherever.”
Les Mills’ format has over 140,000 instructors teaching the online programs worldwide. The company says most workouts require minimal to no equipment and can be done at home.