The Abs Company Announces Continuing Education Credit for BattleRope ST® System Training

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CHESTER, New Jersey, November 8, 2017

The Abs Company, a leading supplier of innovative core based  fitness equipment, today announced that their new continuing education courses,  Introduction to Battle Rope ST®: Level One and Introduction to Battle Rope ST®: Level Two have been approved by National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and Athletics and Fitness Association of America (AFFA)for continuing education credits.  Trainers can now receive NASM and AFFA  credit for taking the BattleRope ST® certification courses.

The patent pending BattleRope ST® System combines Body Weight Suspension training and Battle Rope training in one workout. The system allows users to perform Standing Oscillations, Chest Fly, Knee Ins, Slams, Hi Rows and several other exercises. Six pound weighted handles allow the length of the rope to be cut in half, requiring only 10' from the attachment point. This efficient use of space allows facilities to train more people in less space.

Sean Gagnon, President of The Abs Company, commented, "We are excited to introduce another innovative product to the global fitness market. We understand the need for product education to ensure that trainers have the tools necessary to provide the best workouts for their clients.  Having our BattleRope ST® training courses approved for certification credit is a step in this direction.”

About The Abs Company - The Abs Company makes high quality, innovative commercial abdominal and functional training equipment focused on the development of core strength.  The Abs Company products include brands such as Ab Coaster, TireFlip 180, Ab Solo, X3S Bench, Impact Cages, and the Ab Solo, and are used in over 10,000 commercial fitness centers and in millions of homes in 40+ countries worldwide. 

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