BlueChip™ is in it for life – your life! We’re here to help you get on the right track with our unique health improvement program. Whether you want to start eating healthier, manage your weight, practice mindfulness and positivity, or achieve a better work-life balance, BlueChip will help you get there. And you won’t be getting there alone. You are now part of the BlueChip community – a network of employer groups, employees and their family members embarking on their health and wellness journey together. Better yet, the BlueChip program can be customized by you, for you! So get ready – it’s go time!
The BlueChip program offers businesses, from small to large, a health and wellness program that goes beyond what the typical in-house or health insurance company program provides. The BlueChip program aims to keep you happy and healthy both in and out of the office (warning: friendly competition may occur!).
This year’s holiday challenge, “Maintain Don’t Gain” is about not gaining pesky holiday pounds and maintaining your overall health. Did you know the average American gains 1 to 2 pounds during the holiday season. Year after year, those pounds add up, leading to potentially being overweight later in life. Weigh-in at least once a week during the holidays […]See More
This month’s challenge is Five Alive! It encourages you to eat 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day, for a total of 150 this month. You may wonder, though … what is a serving and how can you estimate how much you have had? Below is great guide on how to “guesstimate” your daily […]See More
BlueChip is all about forming positive, sustainable habits. Whether you’re replacing bad habits with good or just starting a new positive routine, it feels great to truly make something a habit that you no longer have to think about, it’s just something you do. I’ve always been somewhat of a runner, but as of late […]See More
Welcome to October … beginning of the next challenge, “Air1,000” which encourages you to get 1000 active minutes of fresh air for the month. 6 Health Benefits of Fresh Air Fresh air is good for digestion: It helps you to digest food more effectively. That is why it’s great to take a small walk outside after […]See More
This month’s Team BlueChip challenge is Walkie Talkie. The Walkie Talkie Challenge invites you to walk with someone else for 500 minutes during the next month (17 minutes a day). Walking and talking are two of the best things you can do for your well-being. Talking on the phone while you walk works too. Track […]See More
Team BlueChip had the exciting, and heart thumping cardio, cycling workout of a lifetime for the first time at Tribe in West Hartford, CT this week. As their website proclaims, “tribe was built to bring a workout to West Hartford unlike CT has ever seen. The necessary elements: world-class ambassadors leading classes, great music, exceptional service, incredible […]See More
We had the pleasure of participating in, as well as photographing (click here to view the full gallery), the 3rd Annual GreatBlue Charity Invitational at the TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, CT. The event took place one week before the PGA Travelers Championship which is a major draw for any golf fan. This year, 120 […]See More
Time to hydrate! This month’s BlueChip challenge is Go H2O … which is to replace one (you can do this) drink, such as juice or soda, with water. It is important to keep hydrated all year long, and staying hydrated during the hot summer months can be more of a challenge. Why is water the […]See More
Here at BlueChip, the June Challenge, “Connect 40” was about having 40 meaningful conversations and encouraging one on one relationships. A great place to interact with people you may not always make time to do so, is at work! Creating “Fresh Fruit Friday” to enhance the challenge was intended to create a healthy, engaging workplace […]See More
For most, the approach of spring is synonymous with renewed energy and the desire to refresh. Time to clean out the old and bring in the new – especially when it comes to the habits that comprise 40 percent of our waking hours. Now that a few months have passed since we made those New […]See More