BUFFALO, N.Y., July 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — CoachMePlus, the only enterprise-level and flexible digital fitness platform that helps coaches work with athletes to achieve their fitness goals, announced today the expansion of their Remote Fitness program with the United States Air Force (USAF). CoachMePlus provides a unique cross-channel approach with its remote fitness platform, enabling servicemen and women to train wherever and whenever they please.
Multiple wings in the Ohio USAF National Guard have selected CoachMePlus and its partner, The Informatics Applications Group (TIAG®), to expand the military’s use of the innovative Warrior Performance Platform (WP2™). Specifically, the 179th and 180th Air National Guard will implement different aspects of the software platform.
The Air Force will target different populations as an ongoing plan to promote a ‘culture of fitness’ and improve the availability and readiness of active duty and reserve Airmen. The expansion comes on the heels of previous Small Business Innovation Research SBIR pilot programs, in which the Air Force utilized the WP2™ to monitor health, wellness, ability, and performance.
“The military is facing a costly problem across two different fronts, as obesity rates and sedentary lifestyles in the United States, are both shrinking the availability of potential recruits across all forces. Once recruits join the military, the availability and readiness of our fighting forces are at risk due to rising…