KoruCenter Revolutionizes Immersive Weight Loss with New Colorado Fitness Camp

July 23, 2013

KoruCenter's weight loss center solves the biggest problem with residential programs — the tendency for gains to be temporary. The center leverages a focus on behavior modification, education and long term support to effect weight loss that sticks.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) July 23, 2013

On July 15, 2013, KoruCenter opened the doors on a brand new weight loss retreat in downtown Denver, announced Founder Kevin Reilly. Seeking to offer a more effective live-in weight loss experience than these retreats have traditionally, the company chose Colorado due to its nation-leading health and fitness levels and active lifestyle.

The Colorado center is offering an experience that combines the time tested combination of professional training, careful nutrition and clinical measurement with a new emphasis on education and behavior change. This new angle is engineered to solve the historical problem with weight loss camps — that of weight returning as soon as participants return home.

“Our passion is helping people achieve weight loss utilizing a synergistic approach with proven methods that come together like spokes in a wheel to accomplish the singular goal of sustainable weight loss and a healthier, happier life,” says Reilly.

These “spokes” are composed of five focal points of the program — behavioral change, nutrition, fitness, clinical testing, and long-term support. The result is that visitors come out of the program not just fitter and healthier, but with the knowledge and support needed to permanently change their lifestyle for the better.

Visit KoruCenter's website for more information.

About KoruCenter: Kevin G. Reilly was inspired to found KoruCenter in 2012 after his own transformative experience at a weight loss camp. The Colorado based KoruCenter offers weight loss programs personalized to the specific needs of every member, rather than following the one-size-fits-all method practiced by less effective weight loss centers.

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