Perfect Fit is the Perfect New Member Benefit to Round Out Your Wellness Needs

Most people wish they were more physically fit. If you fall into this category and it’s been a while since you worked out, let MDVIP guide you.

We’ve collaborated with the developers and physical therapists of Perfect Fit Health to provide you with workouts that may help you lose weight, manage a chronic injury or just stay in shape. 
Simply log into your MDVIP Connect account and click on the MDVIP Workouts tab. You’ll find pre-designed workouts for improving aerobic endurance, flexibility, muscular strength, core strength, range of motion, balance and posture.

We also developed four types of routines: Balance, Seated Exercises, Weight Loss, and Strengthening & Stretching. Routines for Weight Loss and Strengthening & Stretching are broken down into beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. You can also select routines for use with gym equipment or without. 
Be sure to talk with your doctor before beginning or revamping an exercise program. And because your MDVIP-affiliated physician has access to Perfect Fit Health’s pre-designed programs, he/she can help tailor these workouts to meet your specific issues.

Need help logging onto MDVIP Connect? Call Member Services toll-free at (877) 886-1411, Monday through Friday 8 am through 10 pm ET.

And, while you’re on MDVIP Connect, take the opportunity to check out our healthy recipes, condition-specific meal plans and extensive library of health education articles. Click here to learn more about how you can experience all the benefits of MDVIP membership.
May 17th, 2017
Try your local HESSCO agency.. Many have Balance and Fitness Programs.
Sharon Trites
Feb 24th, 2017
I'm not doing anything to exercise. I'm 75 and haven't worked out for 35 years. I'm lacking desire and motivation now. My husband died 4 years ago and I have no motivation to "get up and go" I feel like I need a trainer and have no idea how to find one. Anyone have suggestions??
Feb 23rd, 2017
I'm looking for information on walking stretches. Where is your material on this subject?
Dec 22nd, 2016
I appreciate this additional benefit, and the animation for correct exercise form is very helpful.

Is there, or could there be, a place within a member's account to maintain a daily log of food and exercise -- similar to or other such sites -- linked to a database of nutritional values for food items (including ability to add custom foods) and calories burned with exercise?
Nov 14th, 2016
This is a great additional benefit. I tried and enjoyed several of the stretches and exercises. Is there a way to mix and match these to enable customizable workouts? I would like to create targeted stretch/strength routines (like a lower body stretch/strength routine, a core strength/stretch routine, and a work stretching routine). Thanks!
1 Reply
Nov 18th, 2016
Greetings, Ed. Unfortunately, we currently do not have a customization option. However, we’d love to hear your suggestions. If you email us at with the stretches (available in the system) that you would like to see combined, we’ll see if we can create an “Ed” stretching routine. Keep in mind that beginning in January, we’ll be creating new exercise routines on a regular basis and publish them in our monthly Living Well newsletter. In good health, MDVIP
David Reeves
Oct 25th, 2016
I have been using a trainer for the past 4 years 4 days a week. I am 65 and I am in better shape now than when I was 45. A good trainer will not only help you get fitter and stronger but they will help you avoid injury.
1 Reply
Oct 25th, 2016
Greetings David.

We agree with David, a good trainer can make a huge difference in your life.

In good health,
Robert Duenner
Oct 19th, 2016
If you are over 55 you should have a trainer to keep you on track and Keep Muscle Mass and avoid permanent Atrophy. More so than younger people. My dad had one at 80. It changed his life.
Bill Davis
Oct 18th, 2016
I do 50 minutes of exercise each day. (20 minute swimming and 30 cardio) Need simple diet help. What to eat and what not to eat. I do not cook.
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Oct 19th, 2016
Greetings Bill.

We’re glad to read that you are exercising regularly. As for a nutrition plan, it’s always best to work with your doctor and/or a dietician. However, if you log onto MDVIP Connect (the portal) and click Nutrition, you will be able to find recipes, meal plans and shopping lists.

In good health, MDVIP

Audrey Jurek
Oct 18th, 2016
to lose 8# and to stay in shape
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