Group groups up with on-line platform to assist health trainers who’re veterans monetize digital teaching

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Veterinarians reached out to the FitOps Foundation for social support, guidance, and referrals for referral to mental health providers.

A veteran organization working with an online coaching platform that enables veterinarians who are now fitness trainers to virtually connect with clients and monetize their coaching platform during this unstable economic time.

The FitOps Foundation is now partnering with Verb, an accountability platform that uses machine learning and AI to help people cope with everyday life.

Clients are connected to trainers who publish physical, mental, and emotional support programs to offer a holistic approach to fitness.

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Over two dozen FitOps graduates are currently training on the Verb platform.

Mason McGuff, FitOps Graduate and CVFO (Certified Veteran Fitness Operative) said, “Verb gave me a platform to continue my personal training through these troubled times and generate income in a safe, remote and effective way. I am grateful to the FitOps Foundation for constantly looking for ways to support their graduates and find innovative solutions. “

The FitOps Foundation is now partnering with Verb, an accountability platform that uses machine learning and AI to help people cope with everyday life. (Courtesy FitOps)

The partnership will be sustainable as long as veterans complete the FitOps program. Verb is committed to hosting every FitOps graduate on its platform for free.

Over two dozen FitOps graduates are currently training on the Verb platform. Clients are connected to trainers who publish physical, mental, and emotional support programs to offer a holistic approach to fitness. (Courtesy FitOps)

The revenue generated, which is wholly owned by the graduate, depends on the time and commitment to the platform. Trainers range from a few hundred dollars a month to Verb’s top trainers who make over $ 15,000.

As FitOps adapted to the pandemic, it was important for the organization to give graduates a tool to succeed and hold themselves accountable.

FitOps is a non-profit, paid training camp that harnesses the power of wellbeing to transform the lives of veterans and give them hope and purpose after serving America.

Participants will have a personal training certificate, business skills, and a network and community of lifelong support.

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Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent isolation of the country and veteran community, many veterinarians have turned to FitOps for social support, guidance, and referrals for mental health providers.

As FitOps adapted to the pandemic, it was important for the organization to give graduates a tool to succeed and hold themselves accountable. (Courtesy FitOps)

John Martin, Head of Follow-Up Care at FitOps, said, “Our results suggest that veterans who had mental health issues prior to the COVID-19 outbreak are at increased risk of common mental disorders due to the pandemic around the level To improve social support and provide practical guidance on how to better manage additional stressors related to the pandemic, strategies for reducing the burden of mental health symptoms can be provided. Our FitOps graduates access multiple weekly zoom check-ins, one-on-one support calls and a network to with their brothers and sisters in their arms to help one another as we all learn to live with this pandemic. “

Many veterinarians have found tremendous comfort in knowing that their FitOps colleagues and staff are ready to assist them through these unprecedented times.

Trainers range from a few hundred dollars a month in your pocket to Verb’s top trainers who make over $ 15,000. (Courtesy FitOps)

Matt Hesse, Founder of the FitOps Foundation, said, “What many people are experiencing today during the pandemic is how veterinarians feel every day. Many civilians are going through a transition that creates uncertainty, insecurity and fear of the future, I hope those who have experienced the same kind of transition battle, better understanding the challenges veterans face, developing more empathy, and finding solutions to solve them, as we did at FitOps. “