The managers tackled a range of exciting adventure activities, which catered for every level of fitness.
Simon Macdonald, one of Ultimate’s personal fitness trainers, followed up the exercise by visiting the company’s headquarters to provide free fitness tests and advice on nutrition and exercise for all staff.
As a result managing director Mark Bebb is now arranging a free after work class for an hour every week for those staff who wish to improve their fitness. The company has also launched a project to help members of staff to give up smoking.
"Because we are a small, family focused business we genuinely care about the health and wellbeing of our employees," said Mr Bebb. "There are massive personal benefits associated with fitness and good health.
"We are employing Simon to help measure staff fitness and to give advice where necessary on exercise programmes and nutrition.
"The test and after work fitness class are entirely optional, but we hope staff will take advantage of these opportunities. Improved fitness has been shown to improve concentration levels and productivity, as well as making individuals feel better about themselves."
Mr Macdonald said: "As a health and fitness professional, I know how leading an active and healthy lifestyle can help companies to reduce stress levels, increase productivity and performance, reduce sick days and employee absence, encourage team spirit and leave staff feeling energised, invigorated and ready for more."
Taking a rest on the team building and fitness day are Salop Leisure staff Nick Jackson, Mark Jones, Kevin Courtney, Nigel Martin, Mike Harris, Scott Higgins, Jennifer Fitchett and Dave Attfield with Simon MacDonald and Tom Meehan from Ultimate Fitness Experience.