Kristopher Kory has been certified by the American Council on Exercise (ACE) for more than a decade and is an international exercise and fitness workshop presenter. He is the North American Education Director for Keiser Corporation and is the co-developer of the Keiser Power Pacing Programs, along with fitness authority Karen Voight. He has certified over 5,000 new cycling instructors to teach the Keiser Power Pacing Programs.
Kory has more than 16 years of aerobic, dance, fitness programming, and club management experience. He's been featured in and/or has authored over 50 publications and is the creator of Keiser's new cycling videos "Power Pace and Shape" and "Race and Pace." Kory has also been featured on Fox News with his own segment, "Fit Tip of the Week." He is a popular speaker at fitness conferences, including those of the International Dance and Exercise Association and Club Industry. Kory lives in Naples, Florida.
Tom Seabourne, a PhD recipient in exercise science, currently holds four Ultra Marathon Cycling Association (UMCA) world records and finished in the top ten in the Race Across America (RAAM). He is a two-time U.S. National Heavyweight Taekwondo Champion and was runner-up in the World Taekwondo Championships. He also is an accomplished tennis competitor.
Certified by the ACE and the American College of Sports Medicine, Seabourne is a master trainer for Keiser Corporation's Power Pacing Programs. He also serves as a consultant with the Topper Sportsmedicine Group in Vail, Colorado. He has written five books and over 200 articles on sport topics. He writes a weekly fitness column, "Your Personal Trainer," for the Longview News Journal and enjoys promoting fitness on his weekly radio call-in talkshow, "Total Fitness, ." Seabourne lives in Mt. Pleasant, Texas, with his wife Danese and five children: Alaina, Grant, Laura, Susanna, and Julia.