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MentorFit 2014 - Time to Get Shredded

In an effort to support the health and self-improvement of our employees, both mentally and physically, MentorMate will be holding our second annual internal MentorFit event. Starting January 10th, and ending May 10th, MentorMate US employees will compete to lose weight and get healthy for prizes and bragging rights. The prizes are still not set in stone but probably will include cash, gift cards, and gym memberships. In addition to the individual prizes, the 24 participants have been randomly broken up into eight teams. Team totals will also be calculated, and team prizes will be awarded.

Success in MentorFit 2013 was measured by body fat percentage loss. This year we are taking it to the next level measuring total weight loss, body fat percentage loss, and physical activity. To accommodate this, MentorMate is providing every participant a Fitbit, a pretty slick deal considering the measly $50 buy-in

Last year’s MentorFit saw the winner lose a substantial 3% body fat; going from 21.5% to 18.5%! This friendly rivalry made everyone in the office more active and health conscious for the 120 day duration. We are looking forward to even greater success and team health this year. Wish us luck.

 

MentorFit Teams

tatermates 

Tatermates

Mike Daugherty
Jaime Ojeda
Jay Miller

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Get Physical

Andy Spohn
Nick Curran
Jessica Delacruz

 

Wishful Shrinking

Neil Dingman
Amanda Brown
Graham Klang

 

Team Sund!

Björn Stansvik
Doug Leatherman
Liz Spolyar

 

Certified Cloud Climbers

Brandy Bergh
Stephen Fluin
John Blake

 

 

Alex Krasny

Creative Marketing Specialist at MentorMate

Front-end Developer, Social Media Acrobat & Blogger Alex Krasny comes from a design and advertising background with a long history of personal blogging. Alex has worn many hats at MentorMate starting with graphic designer and ending up in a hybrid position we call Creative Marketing Specialist. When not developing CMS websites for clients or writing blog posts at MentorMate he is probably researching new or long-forgotten ways to tie a necktie.

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