Aspaeris encourages running for charities and thanks Facebook friends with two donations.
NEW HAVEN, CT—March 1, 2012—Aspaeris, a new company that provides injury-prevention compression sportswear for female athletes, is pleased to announce donations to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training and to Revolution3 Run Across America benefiting The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults. Aspaeris randomly selected from their Facebook friends three runners and donations were made today to the runners’ charity of choice.
“I am running two marathons this May in honor of those battling cancer and I have been raising money for the Leukemia-Lymphoma Society. I lost my aunt to cancer last March after an extremely short battle. The thought of what she went through keeps me going. I know the pain I feel when running is nothing compared to what cancer patients endure,” says selected runner Melissa Strautins from Salt Lake City, Utah.
The other two runners are Jamie Bull from Medford, MA and Colleen Kingery from Baltimore, MD. Both are running for Revolution3 Run Across America which benefits The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.
Prior Aspaeris donations include $5,400 in Aspaeris Pivot Shorts (APS™) to Kohl’s Cares for Kids Sports Injury Prevention hospital partners. The Aspaeris Pivot Short (APS™) is the only ACL-injury prevention compression short designed specifically for females. Prior research shows that, combined with good coaching technique, APS™ may help prevent tears to the anterior cruciate ligament and speed recovery from knee injury, as well as enhance athletic performance.
Founded by Samara Innovations, Inc in 2010, Aspaeris is a female-centric sportswear company that strives to protect athletes from injury and enhance their performance with advanced compression apparel. The Aspaeris Pivot Short (APS™) was created to help prevent non-impact ACL injuries in high-performance female athletes. APS™ is a unique compression short that has two layers. The outer short is a high performance compression short designed to support muscle. The inner short uses patent-pending technology called Dual Sensory Compression Bands™ to help guide the athlete into proper position while she pivots and runs. Aspaeris sponsors the No ACL Hurt blog which features stories on recently injured or recovering female athletes. Athletes can also engage Aspaeris via Facebook and Twitter.
To learn more about APS™, visit http://www.AspaerisPivotShorts.com
To learn more about The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s TNT program, visit http://www.teamintraining.org/
To learn more about The Ulman Cancer Fund, visit http://www.ulmanfund.org/
To learn more about Rev3 Run Across America, visit http://rev3tri.com/america/raa-news/