MIAMI, March 22, 2017 -- University of Miami Health System has engaged EXOS, a leader in human performance, to bring performance training programs and nutrition services to Miami at The Lennar Foundation Medical Center.

The new program, UHealth Human Performance powered by EXOS, will provide local youth, high school, college, and professional athletes, teams, active adults, local companies, and tactical athletes with training programs using EXOS’ methodology, which has supported elite champions, the U.S. military, and leading global corporations.

“We’re very excited to bring EXOS to The Lennar Foundation Medical Center and to add their performance programs to our own sports medicine and medical services offered to our local community and international visitors,” said Dr. Lee Kaplan, UHealth chief of sports medicine. “UHealth Human Performance powered by EXOS provides services for athletes and adults looking to maximize their performance in sport and life, and we look forward to having them as an integral part of our sports medicine team.”

EXOS has supported the 2014 World Cup champion German national team, 93 medalists at the 2012 and 2016 Summer Olympics, and Miami Dolphins players Jay Ajayi, Jarvis Landry, Laremy Tunsil, Tony Lippett, Jordan Cameron, and others as part of their NFL combine program that has supported seven No.1 picks, 134 first-rounders, and 675 total NFL draft picks. Miami Hurricanes quarterback Brad Kaaya is also training with EXOS in preparation for the 2017 combine and draft.

“We’re excited to bring our proven performance system to a world-class facility like The Lennar Foundation Medical Center in South Florida,” said Mark Verstegen, founder and president of EXOS. “The Miami community is home to many great youth, high school, college, and professional athletes, as well as adults who are passionate about health and performance. Our goal is to provide performance game plans to elevate people to achieve higher levels of success.”
For more information, including a free-trial session for youth and high school athletes, teams, and adults, visit