Vancouver's Trainerize Launches Add-on Directory with Five Inaugural App Partners

Vancouver-based Trainerize, a training platform for fitness professionals, today added five app partners to its new Add-on Directory.

The five apps being integrated with the Canadian startup are Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Withings, and Mindbody.

Fitness professionals using Mindbody fitness management software can now import their clients into Trainerize, providing them with a solution for billing, scheduling and online training. Personal trainers can now also leverage social media with Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube add-ons to scale their training and increase their clientele.

"Our Mindbody add-on allows you to seamlessly pull all of your current clients into Trainerize," explains Meredith Simmons of Mindbody. "With this partnership, you can truly manage your business and train clients in the cloud."

“With our newest add-on integrations, Trainerize extends to being more than an online training platform. Now personal trainers can optimize their business with Mindbody’s business management software, pull in body weight data from Withings, and virally market through social networks as clients simply train,” says Sharad Mohan, CEO of Trainerize. “By partnering with the best we ensure trainers are getting maximum value on all fronts.”

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