It’s no secret that there are certain times during the year that people tend to rededicate themselves to fitness. With the motivation of “swim suit season” and “new year’s resolutions,” summertime and the start of each new year tend to get crowded at the gym. Here are 4 tips to help you keep control over […]
It is easy to let a vacation or business trips destroy your fitness schedule and eating habits, but why let something as rewarding as a vacation leave you feeling unhealthy upon return? We have compiled our 4 favorite tips to help your clients stay on track, whether they are traveling for business or pleasure.
KORR will be attending the American College of Sports Medicine’s 63rd annual meeting in Boston, Massachusetts on May 31- June 4. Visit KORR in booth #2721 to see how CardioCoach can meet the needs of your human performance lab.
One of KORR’s customers, Movara Fitness Resort, has had success in helping a client reach her athletic ambitions. Movara’s client, Casie Forbes, sought out their services for a personalized weight loss plan using RMR and VO2 Max testing.
Experience a glimpse of our exciting and interactive booth at the IHRSA 2016 Trade Show in Orlando, Florida!
Wearable technology coupled with numerous apps allow us to take charge of our lives as we seek augmented health and athleticism. But just how inaccurate are these little devices? Is there a way to make better use of our fitness trackers?
CSM 2016 will bring together more than 10,000 professionals from around the nation for the leading conference and career-building event of the year in physical therapy. This year Dr. Cameron Garber will be speaking on “Metabolic Testing: A Cash-Based Preventative Fitness Program to Improve Patient Wellness.” He will review the basic principles of his program that […]
In June our company was asked to assess the fitness level of the 2015 Pro Hockey recruits at their national Combine. The VO₂ Max test has the reputation of being nothing short of torture. I watched these young boys as they gasped and staggered off the ice, having given every ounce of effort to impress. […]
Heart rate monitoring has always been an accepted tool used by trainers. With the exploding market of heart rate monitors, should we consider how and why trainers ought to consider incorporating heart rate based training zones into routine workouts? Here are some ways this type of training could help you.
Help your clients understand the need for a VO2 Max test quickly and easily with this infographic.