Dennis Wong, the CEO of Yor Health, has been up to a lot since our last update. Catch up here:
Irvine, California-based YOR Health is known for helping people across the globe master their body transformation aspirations. Now, the globally celebrated nutrition company is giving away free pocket calendars to help these same health-minded individuals keep track of their goals on-the-go. Co-founder Dennis Wong of YOR Health explains.
Q: How do IRs and customers receive their free gift?
Dennis Wong: Starting in mid-December 2014, all AutoShip orders will be packaged with the calendars. We are so excited to be able to offer this gift as a small token of our appreciation. We hope that the laser engraved cover reminds our IRs and customers that YOR Health is a company committed to being there with them, as they complete their journeys.
The founders of YOR Health are raving about a new recipe circulating throughout their office: the YOR Chocolate and Peanut Butter Protein Balls. Packed with flavors and featuring their popular YOR Shake Chocolate, these delicacies are a standout at any party or gathering during the holiday season.
Q: What are the ingredients in the chocolate and peanut butter protein balls?
YOR Health: Besides chocolate and peanut butter, of course, this recipe includes honey, steel cut oats and unsweetened shredded coconut. Exact measurements can be found on our website at yorhealth.com. The recipe is for 10 servings and so easy to make! Continue reading
Pink is the official color of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, observed each October to spread the word of this devastating disease, according to the team at YOR. Charitable organizations and community groups throughout the United States stand together on a mission to raise funds for breast cancer prevention research.
The Customers and Independent Representatives of YOR Health are at the forefront of this movement, supporting progress and inspiring hope in communities around the world.
This past October, YOR Health shipped a free pink YOR Short Shaker Cup with each order. Additionally, all orders submitted to YOR Health in the month of October resulted in a 50-cent donation to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Continue reading
Since 2010, YOR Health has proudly served as an active member of the Direct Selling Association (DSA). Now the company is thrilled to join the Direct Selling Association of Australia (DSAA). YOR Health looks forward to maintaining the noble goals and ethical standards of this respected organization.
The Direct Selling Association of Australia (DSAA) has been in operation for nearly 50 years, reports a spokesperson from YOR Health. The DSAA currently features over 70 members and is dedicated to maintaining the highest standards in business. A rewarding experience for sellers and buyers, direct selling is the practice of independent salespeople selling services and goods to consumers in their meeting places, workplaces or homes. The DSAA helps promote, serve and protect members while building awareness among consumer groups, consumers, media and the government. Continue reading
In a recent YOR Health webinar, Dennis Wong shared lessons learned from fitness trainer and consultant, Tim Grover. The following Q&A covers messages shared in Tim’s new book, Relentless. An expert adviser for many international athletes, Grover has learned how to develop people into motivated leaders who can address some of life’s biggest challenges and create powerful solutions.
Q: With regards to your consumers, what does the word “relentless” mean?
YOR Health: “Relentless” should be a perpetual state of mind for our customers. By showing a dogged determination at all times, people increase their odds of establishing personal and professional lives that are successful and incredibly satisfying. Our leaders wish health and happiness for everyone associated with the company. Continue reading
Without the benefits of regular physical activity, a person may eventually suffer from troubling health afflictions, cautions the YOR Health Products Team. While exercise may sound like a monotonous task, it doesn’t have to be. Most people can enjoy exercise by playing a couple sets of tennis on the weekends or biking through the park after a busy day at work. Getting involved in a variety of different activities is what keeps it fun and exciting. The YOR Health products team suggests a mixture of strength training along with endurance training. Try a few balance and flexibility exercises as well to mix things up a bit.
For individuals who have lagged behind in fitness efforts, it’s imperative to start slowly during the first few workouts. Allowing the body a chance to adjust to a new routine is crucial, says the YOR Health Products Team. The popular YOR Health product YOR Repair helps consumers after exercise with tissue recovery and rebuilding muscle. Committing to a proper diet full of fresh fruits and vegetables is another surefire way to see results.