As first reported by Muscle & Health, WWE and Exos, a world chief in athlete coaching and human efficiency, at the moment introduced a partnership to offer WWE’s “Subsequent In Line” athletes with the chance to coach at one in all Exos’ world-class coaching and improvement services throughout the USA.
Based by world-class coach Mark Verstegen over 20 years in the past, Exos pioneered the sector of human efficiency, working in 26 nations throughout 400 places, supporting over 12,000 elite athletes, together with 1,000-plus NFL draft picks (99 of which got here within the 2022 draft class alone), 215-plus Olympians, army elite, and company staff from practically 30 p.c of Fortune 100 corporations.
“An business chief in sports activities efficiency, Exos will assist improve our NIL athletes’ expertise as they transition from faculty athletics to WWE,” stated James Kimball, WWE Head of Expertise Operations and Technique.
Whereas working with Exos professionals, WWE NIL athletes might be launched to the Exos Athlete Expertise Program and its many sports activities science and information companions. The athlete consumption course of will see athletes undergo rigorous efficiency, physique composition, diet, and bodily remedy testing. The baseline developed for the athletes will allow personalized and absolutely built-in plans to make sure a basis for optimized coaching.
“Exos is thrilled to crew up with the WWE in an effort to fulfill its subsequent technology of athletes on their journey with the intention to guarantee success – bodily and mentally – and continuity of care,” stated Exos CEO Sarah Robb O’Hagan.
WWE launched its “Subsequent In Line” program final December and at the moment has 25 energetic athletes with NIL partnerships. Three athletes from the inaugural class have joined the corporate following their commencement from faculty and have began coaching full-time on the WWE Efficiency Heart in Orlando, Fla. The following class might be introduced in early 2023.
Be taught extra concerning the “Subsequent In Line” program and WWE’s recruitment course of.