One of KORR’s customers, XFitLab, has utilized VO2 Max testing to become one of the integral parts of the “biomarker boom.” This term encompasses the concept that measurements go way beyond weight on the scale, and is driving workout programming in interesting, innovative ways. These biomarker tracking points include learning one’s percentage of body fat, skeletal muscle mass, V02 Max, basal metabolic rate, and anaerobic threshold. See how VO2 Max has made its mark by being one of the key points to modern day fitness programming.
One of KORR’s customers, Phase IV Scientific Training and Performance, has utilized VO2 Max Testing to help MMA fighter Joe Warren train efficiently for his fights. Warren has tailored his training to focus on endurance, and uses the scientific data to help guide his regimen.
One of KORR’s customers, AMP Fitness in Beachwood California, was able to help a client understand his current fitness level in comparison to his capacity 6 years ago using gold standard VO2 Max Testing. This is a great example of VO2 Max testing being utilized by a non-professional athlete, and shows that VO2 Max testing can be a valuable tool for anyone at any stage of fitness!
This article from the New York times explores the journey of an exercise physiologist named Yannis Pitsiladis who is scouting out young runners. His efforts are backed by hopes of finding a young athlete with the physiological jackpot to eventually break the two-hour marathon time with guided training. As part of his scouting, Yannis uses […]