How would you like to receive a free strength and training program for your high school team — donated by your local NFL team?
That’s a reality for three Washington State high school football teams. Renton, John F. Kennedy and Sumner High Schools will be getting strength and conditioning programs delivered through Volt’s intelligent training app. Volt Athletics, a Seattle-based sports technology company, announced the partnership with the Seattle Seahawks to donate professionally-built strength and conditioning programs to three Washington State high school football programs.
This donation is the first of its kind by any major professional sports franchise and reflects the shared values of both organizations and their commitment to athlete health and safety. Using Volt’s technology, football players at these three high schools will get the opportunity to access safe and effective workout plans, which will help them build strength and reduce the risk of injury.
“We’re excited to be selected by the Seahawks to train on Volt,” says Coach Tim Tramp, Head Football Coach at Renton High School. “As a coach, you always want what is best for your athletes, and with this donation, we’re confident our players are training the right way for football to avoid injury and develop properly.”
To read more about the partnership between Volt Athletics, the Seattle Seahawks and three Washington high school teams, visit http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/seahawks-partner-with-volt-athletics-to-bring-strength-training-to-local-high-schools-300318798.html/.
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