North Country (New York) Community College (NCCC) and the Lake Placid (New York) Health and Fitness club have reached a mutual agreement, in which the clubs trainers will help train NCCCs athletes while NCCC will offer Lake Placid members access to its facilities, according to the Adirondack (New York) Daily Enterprise.
The agreement will take into effect February 5.
Its going to allow us to expand the number and types of classes and offerings we currently bring our membership, Hal Schmidt, owner of Lake Placid Health and Fitness, told the newspaper.
Ed Trathen, vice president of enrollment and student affairs at NCCC, told the newspaper that
It would be unfair for us to put our student-athletes in a more competitive conference without all the resources their fellow athletes at other colleges would have access to, Trathen told the newspaper.
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