With our ProActiv Living Programme ‘KeepActive, our goal is to encourage physical activity in your life and enhance your health allowing you to boost your energy and maintain a healthy weight. KeepActive is one amongst many wellness programmes Cigna TTK Health insurance is offering which will help you become more active and be at your best. Did you know that keeping active actually helps you live longer? What’s more, it makes the journey much more interesting!

 

 

‘KeepActive is a six-step programme that will help you increase your activity levels to make you feel more alert and perform better. When you feel good, you look good!

 

Why should you keep active?

Staying active and exercising can reduce the risk of chronic conditions like, diabetes, cancer, obesity, heart disease, stroke, depression and mental illness. Activity provides a huge psychological boost by reducing depression, anxiety and stress. It may also positively affect conditions such as high blood pressure, brittle bone disease, obesity, and back pain.
 

 

What does KeepActive aim for?

KeepActive is designed with the following objectives

  • Recognize and overcome hurdles to exercise
  • Learn and understand benefits of exercise and the impact on your health
  • Find motivation to be active
  • Get a personalised workout to fit your lifestyle
  • Set achievable goals towards activities

 

6- STEPS to KEEP ACTIVE

  • STEP 1
    Let's go
    Get introduced to the right kind of exercise and to see what motivates you towards setting achievable goals
  • STEP 2
    What's stopping you?
    Look at challenges that prevent you from working out and how to overcome them in
  • STEP 3
    Back on track
    Overcome setbacks and challenges by learning to cope with them and also understand the different types of training that can help you stay active.
  • STEP 4
    Up for the challenge?
    Make a lifestyle change by finding the right activity to do for life, keep motivation high, and push yourself to keep active.
  • STEP 5
    Active for life
    Find health tips, playlists and personal workouts and challenges to test your fitness.
  • STEP 6
    You've come a long way
    Equip yourself with knowledge on how to check your own fitness levels and find the right personal workout and recipes for pre and post-workouts.



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