Boosta Training, an interactive step-by-step teaching-learning system, has teamed up with the Duke University men’s soccer team and head coach, John Kerr. Their partnership will allow current student-athletes of Duke University’s men’s soccer program to provide exclusive access to 1-to-1 training content and personalized feedback to users of the program.
“We believe Boosta further advances our goal of building athletics, academics and leadership in our student-athletes, and further expands our reach for players to connect with us anytime, anywhere,” said Coach Kerr, who has mentored 10 All-Americans. “Boosta brings a new level of accessibility and inclusion, where we can now share some of our training methodologies like never-before to help players learn what it takes to play college soccer.”
A first of its kind, Boosta and Duke University men’s soccer team partnership signifies Coach John Kerr’s commitment to providing opportunities for his student-athletes in the NIL era.
“Boosta creates revenue opportunities for the individual Duke student-athletes while they make a positive impact on the next generation of soccer players,” said Boosta co-founder Tim Donnelly. “Through our partnership, Coach Kerr has shown his commitment in supporting the opportunities for his student-athletes in a truly innovative way.”
Access to training content is available via the Boosta Training app, which can be found in the iOS app store. The app for Android will be available soon.
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