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September 01, 2016 08:00 ET

NAHL Announces Partnership With Trainerize

Trainerize to Serve as Official Personal Training Software Provider for NAHL, NAPHL and NA3HL

FRISCO, TX--(Marketwired - Sep 1, 2016) - The North American Hockey League (NAHL) today announces its partnership with Trainerize as the Official Personal Training Software Provider for the NAHL, North American Prospects Hockey League and North American 3 Hockey League. Trainerize, a leader in personal training software, provides coaches and athletes with an all-encompassing mobile training solution that includes convenient access to workouts and meal plans, progress tracking and a messaging feature for a highly visual and interactive digital training experience. 

Through its customizable web platform and mobile app, Trainerize empowers coaches to be closer to athletes anytime, anywhere. As a result of the partnership, the NAHL's Johnstown Tomahawks coach is utilizing Trainerize with its players to create, track and improve workouts while simultaneously monitoring players' overall progress and health. The personal trianing platform is also integrated with FitBit and MyFitnessPal, allowing coaches full visibility of their players' fitness and nutrition tracking in one platform for the first time.

"This is an exciting partnership for our three leagues because training, development and nutrition for all of our hockey players is a top priority," said Alex Kyrias, Director of Communications and Sales for the NAHL. "The relationship with Trainerize will now allow our teams to keep track of their progress with the latest and most effective technology."

More than 35,000 personal trainers and fitness studios use Trainerize to build online training plans, send homework and deliver meal plans to clients. Trainers can easily access client profiles, consultation forms and notes specific to each client, resulting in improved client retention. The platform also includes a mobile app where clients can view meal plans, log workouts and track progress by uploading photos and body statistics.

"Using Trainerize with our players has already taken the team to the next level, and this past season we had a team record of 18 players make NCAA commitments," said Mike Letizia, Tomahawks head coach. "Our team training has never been better since we started to use Trainerize and the players love how quickly and easily they can access their workouts through the software and mobile apps. For us as coaches, it also allows us to hold players accountable to keeping up with their fitness, while providing a guideline in which we can show their progress to collegiate and professional programs that ask about a player's off-ice habits."

"We are excited to continue our work with the NAHL to showcase the power of our personal training platform and how it can transform players' routines," said Sharad Mohan, CEO of Trainerize. "Accountability, progress and convenience are so crucial for athletes' busy schedules, and we are looking forward to continuing to build this network and bring these players into the quickly growing digital world of fitness."

For more information about Trainerize, visit www.trainerize.com.

About Trainerize
Trainerize is the Official Personal Training Software Provider to the NAHL, NAPHL and NA3HL. Through a customizable web platform and mobile app, Trainerize empowers coaches to be closer to athletes anytime, anywhere. By combining online workout delivery, mobile app tracking, meal planning and in-app communication, Trainerize makes it possible for coaches to track team performance and motivate athletes in a revolutionary new way. For more information visit www.trainerize.com.

About the NAHL
The NAHL, the only USA Hockey-sanctioned Tier II Junior league boasting 24 teams from across North America, prides itself on the social maturity and skill development of student-athletes ages 16-20 with aspirations of advancing to collegiate and/or professional hockey. During the 2015-16 season, the NAHL set a new single-season record with more more than 259 NCAA commitments, 67% of which were NCAA Division I commitments. In addition, five NAHL players that played in the league this past season were selected in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.

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