Last updated on February 6th, 2021 at 01:00 PM
deVere Group, one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory and fintech organisations has negotiated an attractive discount with Les Mills On Demand, the ‘The Best at Home Workout’ app (as voted by USA Today) for existing and potential clients and staff – plus a generous donation to help vulnerable children for every new member.
Les Mills, established more than 50 years ago, is the world leader in group fitness with millions of fans around the world, and 140,000 instructors. The Les Mills On Demand app is the ultimate fitness tool, offering everything from strength and cardio training to HIIT and kids workouts.
deVere Group CEO Nigel Green says: “The famous ancient Greek Physician Herophilus wrote, ‘When health is absent, wealth becomes useless.’ This is a view I share and live by every day.
“It might be that we talk to clients about creating wealth, but there’s no point in having a million pounds in the bank if you don’t have your health.”
He continues: “Therefore we’re partnering with Les Mills to encourage clients and staff to make 2021 truly The Year of Health and Wealth.
“deVere have negotiated an attractive discount for staff and clients and a donation will be made to charity for every new member.”
He goes on to say: “With remote working now the new norm Les Mills On Demand offers the ideal opportunity to keep fit at a low cost in privacy and at your convenience – there’s just a bit of discipline required.
“Covid-19 has shown us our best defence against this virus is a healthy lifestyle, fitness and weight management.
“Millions of people worldwide have already lost weight and improved their health using these on-demand fitness apps.
“I do hope you’ll join us and also, at the same time, raise money for the vulnerable children who have been disproportionately disadvantaged by the pandemic.”
The deVere CEO concludes: “There’s a strong connection between health and wealth and it is so important to develop and maintain lifelong strategies to manage both and so that both areas thrive.
“Getting fit and helping to safeguard children is something we can all get behind.”