Healthy Fleet to launch app in April

LONDON, ON – Healthy Fleet, an organization dedicated to promoting healthy habits to those in the trucking industry, is asking carriers to enter their May-June Healthy Fleet Challenge, as they prepare to launch a new health tracking and coaching app.

The challenge will run from May. 1 to Jun. 30, and while the registration is typically $59.95 for the 60 days of coaching, the May-June registration fee will be covered by the American Trucking Association, and NAL Insurance.

Once registered for the challenge, carriers will be emailed when the Healthy Fleet tracking and coaching app is officially launched sometime in April. Their fleet employees will have access to the new app that will provide coaching and tracking services.  

The app will include features like a coaching feed, where app users can receive expert tips on nutrition and exercise and a goal setting feature that allows app users to track not just their weight, but other statistics like sleeping and muscle growth.

In addition, the app will provide a team feed, where drivers can build their own team of coworkers to help keep each other motivated. App users will also be able to get feedback from their coach, friends and coworkers.

There will also be a personal feed that will allow those using the app to share their food and exercise with their team or, if they’d prefer, the feed would be private and only viewable by the participant and their coach.

Carriers will also be able to make rewards available on the app to encourage office staff and drivers to maintain a healthy lifestyle.  

Companies that join the May-June challenge will have their logo featured on Healthy Fleets home page on their website in addition to a fleet profile.

Carriers are asked to email to reserve their spot in the challenge. 

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