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What the longevity craze means for the workplace

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As elite physical training programs proliferate — with a slew of execs embracing the quest to stay as young and fit as possible — Equinox recently announced their own $40k longevity membership. We invite the company’s former president, Sarah Robb O’Hagan, now CEO of fitness and coaching firm EXOS, to sit down with Rapid Response host Bob Safian and explain where this craze has come from, and where it’s likely headed. O’Hagan also digs into the nexus between personal training regimens and workplace performance. She outlines what she calls a ‘pro-recovery culture’ at work to avoid burnout — and why a four-day work week may be inevitable.

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