The personal trainer coaching app says it’s expanding its certification courses. Members will receive discounted access to popular content.
Trainerize, a fitness coaching app, has introduced the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) as a new education partner. The two will collaborate to make accessible education programs available to over 400,000 personal trainers and coaches.
Earlier this year, G2 awarded the Vancouver-based mobile fitness solution as the premiere software for fitness trainers.
The collaboration will assist trainers and coaches in expanding their expertise beyond fitness by providing a broader range of certifications as they gain knowledge in areas such as nutrition, mental wellness, and physical anatomy.
The Trainerize Education Partner Program also enables fitness professionals to broaden their service offerings, increase their client base, and grow their business.
“We’re here for one reason and one reason only: to help fitness professionals succeed. It’s why we built Trainerize, and it’s why we’ve partnered with NASM — one of the best education providers in the entire industry,” said Trainerize President Sharad Mohan. “We’re teaming up to give trainers and coaches everything they need to take that next step in their career, to support their clients in new and exciting ways, and to always punch way above their weight class.”
Trainerize members will receive discounted access to content and certification programs such as the NASM Certified Nutrition Coach Program and the Virtual Coaching Specialization Program.
“Trainerize’s dedication to its coaches is second to none and they share our commitment to ongoing learning and best practices in training and fitness,” said Laurie McCartney, President of NASM. “We are thrilled to partner with Trainerize so their coaches can leverage the vast range of programs NASM offers to help level up their careers and businesses.”
ABC Fitness acquired Trainerize in 2020 as part of its plan to make fitness content available both in-person and online.
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