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Thursday, November 19 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Entrepreneurship in the Fitness and Human Performance Technology Industries

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Join us to hear from Evan Howard ’13 KINES Forward Thinking Fitness, LLC and Scott Ackerman ’94 KINES, Co-founder & President, CoreSyte, Inc.

Forward Thinking Fitness (FTF) is leading the Lehigh Valley with personalized results. Their approach to your health makes all the difference in an area filled with volume-driven facilities. Pioneering the anti-franchise movement, FTF knows that a one-size-fits all approach simply does not work for those who are serious about changing their lives.

CoreSyte is a technology start-up company operating in the field of human performance designing, developing, and manufacturing real-time, non-invasive, continuous sweat patch biosensors that measure electrolyte and fluid loss in sweat for the warfighter and athlete. From this data, CoreSyte provides actionable advice to the athlete to help prevent or mitigate the onset of dehydration or other physiological events.

Registration is required for this event. To register, please visit: https://psu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Kp3HC7UrRBKcEJWNHz28cg.

Sponsored by Penn State College of Health and Human Development

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Evan Howard

Owner, Forward Thinking Fitness, LLC
Specializing in small group personal training, large group personal training, and nutritional counseling. Evan runs the day to day operations from training clients to managing the team, marketing the brand, creating systems within the business, intake of new clients, etc. Most recently... Read More →
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Scott Ackerman

Co-Founder & President, CoreSyte, Inc.
In his role Scott is responsible for overseeing a team of biomedical, electrical, and systems engineers in all phases of development including R&D, engineering lab tests, human performance lab tests, athlete field testing and trials, manufacturing, and commercialization efforts.Prior... Read More →

Thursday November 19, 2020 7:00pm - 8:00pm EST

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