Rule Your Routine

Your routine can either be the chariot that carries you to success or the chain that hampers your progress indefinitely. While long-held and carelessly formed habits may control you, the development of good habits and routines can allow you to accomplish what would otherwise be impossible. Whether you’re transitioning from summer back to school-time, or […]

Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Sweet Potatoes

It’s that time of year – comfort foods and Fall flavors are finding their ways into everyone’s menus, but that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Recipes such as this one from Healthier Steps are proof that you can have warm, cozy flavors without packing on the carbs. This mildly sweet and savory dish […]

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4 Simple Strategies To Increase Metabolic Testing Revenues

*To learn safe testing protocols during the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit this blog post and this infographic.* Whether you’re a healthcare professional or a fitness trainer who conducts metabolic assessments with one of the KORR Medical Technologies systems, increasing revenues from this income stream can have a far-reaching impact to the overall profitability of your […]

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Hydrate Against the Heat

Summer temperatures vary widely across the world, but that doesn’t change the fact that heat and dehydration are ubiquitous obstacles for most anyone trying to get fit or stay fit.  Letting down your guard with regards to proper hydration could lead to anything from poor performance and fatigue, to serious medical concerns.  Consider the following […]

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How Accurate are VO2 Max Estimates in Wearables?

With technology advancing, there are many ways that health and fitness biomarkers are being transferred completely into watches and apps. Does that mean VO2 Max will be next? Most devices are plugging information like age and gender into a standardized formula to estimate VO2 Max, but there are a few who are starting to incorporate […]

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KORR Celebrates 20 Years as a Distributor of Hans Rudolf Masks and Valves

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, celebrating dependable partners who keep our products safe and our businesses alive has never been more important. That’s why KORR Medical Technologies is taking the time to acknowledge a meaningful relationship distributing products from Hans Rudolf, the creator of our masks and valves.  For 20 years, Hans Rudolf […]

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Some Peace of Mind

That life is unpredictable goes without saying.  Uncertainty and isolation are factors that can make ordinary routines suddenly seem like insurmountable challenges.  Your physical health is inextricably tied up with your emotional well-being.  Left unchecked, anxiety can knock you off balance and throw you into a downward spiral.  Here are a few strategies to help […]

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Why Should We Measure Metabolic Rate in Weight Loss Patients?

Is someone’s metabolic rate proportional to their weight? What about to their weight loss? According to this article published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, someone’s metabolic rate doesn’t remain proportional to their weight when accounting for major weight loss, even when attempts are made to preserve fat free mass. The study consisted […]

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