The holiday season affords many individuals several days to rest and do leisurely activities such as strolling around the mall, catching movies, and going on trips, among others.
Those who have always wanted to get started on their health regimen or improve it, the long weekend’s a great time to try it.
BPI Philam suggests choosing a science-backed, rewards-based wellness program, such as Philam Vitality, that helps individuals understand their body better by knowing their health through a series of assessments to determine their Vitality Age, or how close their body’s age is to their actual age.
Philam Vitality members can improve their health by reaching each of its recommended goals as they make wiser, healthier choices on their lifestyle.
Those who successfully reach their goals get points that help them elevate their Philam Vitality Status. This means, the more points one has, the more they’ll be rewarded with discounts on products and services they can enjoy whenever they want.
For example, they can receive discounts on gym membership at Gold’s Gym as well as training equipment and clothing at Toby’s and Garmin.
Also included in the perks and sweet deals are airfare via Philippine Airlines, tickets to SM Cinemas, and discounted passes to Enchanted Kingdom. Those who yearn for a little more rest and relaxation will enjoy saving on hotel room bookings in hotels like Marriott or Seda.
As the Philam Vitality wellness program is now integrated into BPI-Philam’s Wellness Series, it also allows members to get an upfront additional 20 percent coverage from their insurance, which may increase up to 50 percent when they consistently keep their Platinum Philam Vitality Status year after year.
Go to www.bpi-philam.com for more information.
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