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BONKGEAR Athletic Apparel Announces Partnership with, the Official Digital Resource and Arbiter of The Beer Mile

ASHBURN, VA (PRWEB) April 15, 2015

BONKGEAR, designer and distributor of smart athletic apparel for endurance, strength and agility training, announced today its partnership with, the official resource and arbiter of The Beer Mile. produces, publishes and distributes digital media content and the official rules for the growing, world famous race, The Beer Mile, where the foundation of the race is built around running a mile and drinking beer. and BONKGEAR have entered into an agreement to produce and sell themed apparel and consumer goods, such as magnets and stickers, through their various retails channels and online markets.

BONKGEAR apparel is the only brand that provides you with the means to enhance or maintain your fitness level by ensuring that you always have a workout with you. Each BONKGEAR apparel design includes a hidden QR code that when scanned using any QR scanner on your smartphone, it auto-launches a mobile-enhanced website containing daily rotating workouts inspired by the theme of the shirt. Each shirt design includes 9+ custom training workouts, with three levels of intensity – Level 1, Level 2 and BONK level.

“BONKGEAR’s branded shirts will contain daily rotating workouts that will help athletes improve their speed for a 1-mile run,” states Chris Jones, Founder of BONKGEAR, “additional content will keep things fun, such as Beer Mile rules, personal records and achievements, beer recommendations and reviews.”

“The community of Beer Mile runners will enjoy this added level of engagement,” states Patrick Butler, Founder of, “the design and scanning functionality are offbeat and fun, just like Beer Milers. “BONKGEAR continues to innovate by providing fitness tips and workouts, and engaging their customers through their mobile-responsive web Apps.


BONKGEAR originated in the heart of an athlete, adventure racer and designer. Their founder created custom shirts for his team at a local endurance race and received such interest in them he decided to design a line of shirts focused on popular training themes.

YOU’RE WEARING YOUR WORKOUT – BONKGEAR apparel is the only brand that provides you with the means to enhance or maintain your fitness level by ensuring that you always have a workout with you (patent pending).

BONKGEAR workouts are provided by certified personal trainers and geared toward a moderate to high fitness ability. BONKGEAR provides its retail and coaching partners with a toolset that allows them to publish a series of mobile workouts for their team/group. BONKGEAR hosts the personalized workouts on a co-branded mobile enabled digital site.

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WorkoutBooster, the Resource for Fitness, Workout Information, Redesigns Website,

Nashua, NH (PRWEB) April 24, 2015

WorkoutBooster is an expert online workout resource that provides valuable information on topics related to fitness and exercise. The website,, is an excellent source of information on workout equipment, diet, nutrition as well as workout reviews. The new design and layout are intended to help improve the user experience and increase the website’s usability.

“Our new design is aimed at helping people find the workout information that is right for them, easily and quickly,” said Stefan Caleb, the website’s founder. “In addition, the new design is fully responsive, allowing readers who are on the go to visit the website from their mobile devices.”

Caleb provides details on a variety of workout products, including what they are, how they work, how effective they are and whether a reader actually needs them.

“If you have ever been overweight or even obese for a long period of time, then I am sure you have tried to lose weight countless times using various diets, exercise programs, and supplements,” said Caleb. “On, I offer people insight that can help them determine whether or not certain programs are right for them.” offers readers reviews of some of the most popular workouts, including P90X, Insanity, Body Beast and PiYo.

One specific workout plan that the website highlights is in their Insanity Max 30 review. It examines everything from the basics of the workout such as focus, frequency and length, to who should be doing the workout. It also compares Insanity Max 30 with some other popular workout routines, helping the reader to determine their ideal workout.

In addition to workouts, the website examines nutrition and offers readers insight into what foods can help them reach their fitness goals.

About is website that provides valuable information about everything connected to working out, including workout reviews, workout equipment, diet and nutrition. For more information, please visit

PowerUp WHAT WORKS Resources for Students with Disabilities Now Available in OpenEd Resource Library

Los Gatos (PRWEB) May 19, 2015

Today OpenEd, creator of the world’s largest online collection of standards-aligned resources, announced that PowerUp WHAT WORKS resources for struggling students and those with disabilities are now available in its library.

Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, PowerUp WHAT WORKS at the American Institutes for Research (AIR) provides customizable materials, lesson plans, instructional strategies, videos and more to enhance learning for students with diverse needs, and to personalize learning with technology and Universal Design for Learning (UDL).

“PowerUp WHAT WORKS is excited to collaborate with OpenEd to bring together great resources for teachers, students and teacher trainers who seek best practices and guidance on how to enhance teaching and learning with technology,” said Tracy Gray, project director for PowerUp. “This is the perfect digital partnership to help busy educators and their students find the most appropriate resources to meet the diverse needs of their students in and outside of the classroom.”

Cindy Gould, a reading teacher at North Situate Elementary School in North Situate, Rhode Island, exemplifies the thousands of teachers around the country who turn to PowerUp for instructional resources. She said, “The resources at PowerUp are endless! I have been a frequent visitor to the site, always looking to lift my professional practice to the highest level. For me, PowerUp makes it possible to stay on the cutting edge of best practice.”

PowerUp’s resources are available to the 175,000 teachers using OpenEd. The collaboration benefits teachers by:

Enabling them to use customize materials, such as instructional strategies, case studies and tech tips, to both enhance and guide lesson planning;
Providing them with a powerful and effective way to reach all students, including students struggling and those with disabilities; and
Supporting their efforts to create instructional content to meet the needs of every students.

In addition, PowerUp’s resources on OpenEd encourage the integration of technology tools to personalize instruction and translate ULD principles into practice.

“PowerUp fits perfectly with our mission to bring quality, technology-enabled, Common Core-aligned resources to teachers, students and parents,” said Adam Blum, CEO of OpenEd. “As the only site that drives instruction from its free formative assessment bank, OpenEd’s technology will now recommend these resources to students based on assessment results.”

About OpenEd

OpenEd was founded in 2012 with the goal of providing teachers with access to the best educational resources for their students, with a focus on finding the right resources to teach the Common Core State Standards. To accomplish this important goal, OpenEd built the world’s largest catalog of lesson plans, assessments, homework assignments, educational videos and games. OpenEd is committed to keeping the majority of its content available to educators around the world. For more information, visit

About PowerUp WHAT WORKS

PowerUp WHAT WORKS, located at the American Institutes for Research (AIR), is a free online resource that supports educators to help struggling students and those with disabilities leverage the power of technology to enhance teaching and learning to meet Common Core State Standards. For more information, visit