USA Triathlon today announced Human Powered Health as an official partner, whose expertise in athlete assessments and personalized training recommendations are helping athletes at all levels reach their goals.
“Collaborating with Human Powered Health gives our community access to their team’s deep-rooted knowledge in athlete physiology,” said Victoria Brumfield, USA Triathlon CEO. “Through world-class sport science technology, Human Powered Health is pushing the frontier on customized athlete feedback and we are excited to be a part of it.”
“Human Powered Health couldn’t be more excited to continue to support triathletes, coaches, and endurance enthusiasts by extending our strategic partnership with USAT,” said Dan Cohen, Former Professional Triathlete and Chief Performance Officer, at Human Powered Health. “Our purpose is to serve athletes of all levels by helping them reach their unique health and performance goals. Human Powered Health is developing state-of-the-art health and human performance lab experiences, all designed to provide athletes with a holistic view of their unique physiology. Leveraging science, human expertise, and AI-enhanced technology, Human Powered Health is well-positioned to support USAT athletes in reaching their human potential. True health is self-made and our partnership with USAT will help everyone achieve their potential,” said Dan Cohen.
Human Powered Health’s support comes at an opportune time as athletes continue to look for the next advantage in their training and racing capacities. Through the partnership, USA Triathlon members will learn more about Human Powered Health’s unique position in the market of performance potential.
In addition to online content, Human Powered Health most recently supported USA Triathlon through engagements at the 2023 USA Triathlon National Championships in Milwaukee. Human Powered Health’s efforts are now focused on delivering the best education possible for attendees at 2024 Endurance Exchange, USA Triathlon's industry-wide conference coming this January in Charlotte, North Carolina, Jan. 4-7.