Famer Forms Partnership With Elite Basketball Trainer, Tyler Relph, For Individual & Group Skills Training Series
One of the most respected and sought after basketball skills trainers to launch on the Famer platform to reach a global interactive training audience
NEW YORK - April 28, 2020 - PRLog -- Famer, the sports coaching and mentorship mobile platform that enables team and personal training programs with interactive feedback between athletes and their coaches/clubs, today announced a partnership with elite basketball trainer, Tyler Relph. Relph is one of the most sought-after skills trainers in elite basketball, whose clients have included Amare Stoudemire, Julius Randle, Marcus Smart and now projected lottery pick RJ Hampton.
"We welcome Tyler to our growing list of partners across all sports we touch, but his impact in engaging the basketball community will be key in our next stage of global development,"
"The model that Famer has built speaks exactly to where we think training will continue to go, not just now with remote learning, but into the future as well," Relph said. "The platform can provide more detailed and engaging training content and customized feedback to athletes as they train, and also extend our customized individual skill development training beyond any geographic restrictions we have always had."
Relph is developing an actionable and interactive mobile video skills and training curriculum for players to personally train with him, as well as an interactive customized series with Famer's growing list of boys and girls youth programs, all of which will be available in the coming weeks and months.
Relph was selected Mr. New York Basketball in 2003 after leading McQuaid Jesuit High School in Rochester, New York to the New York State High School Basketball Championship, and after a season at West Virginia University transferred to St. Bonaventure University, where he had a standout career helping lead the Bonnies back to elite Atlantic 10 play under head coach Mark Schmidt. He suffered a knee injury following his senior year which limited his professional playing career, so he switched to the training side, first as Director of Player Personnel at St. Bonaventure before going out on his own. Since then he's trained more than 10,000 players from the junior level to the NBA.
Famer is a mobile sports coaching & mentorship platform that enables team and personal training programs with interactive feedback between athletes and their coaches and clubs. It is a community for sports clubs/organizations, coaches, and trainers to host and distribute a library of custom training content. It provides an extension and enhancement of training curriculum resulting in better performance. Famer also provides deeper engagement between club, coaches, parents, and athletes resulting in greater retention. Famer's interactive platform allows athletes to send their coaches/trainers videos of them performing assigned drills, which coaches/trainers can review and provide real time instruction through several analysis tools. Sports include basketball, lacrosse, soccer, baseball/softball, football, and the platform is being ramped up to include hockey, tennis, and volleyball soon. Overall, Famer is supporting the youth sports industry by providing its platform to sports clubs/organizations to load up their own private communities and content to continue their training and communication with their athletes. This allows these organizations, coaches, and trainers to keep up the engagement, encouragement, and the athletes on track while they're stuck at home or unable to meet as a group. Famer also provides coaches/trainers a chance to augment their earnings in private/group training with the ultimate goal of keeping coaches/trainers coaching to avoid a significant loss of revenue. For more details visit their website at www.famer.us