Personalized Fitness Startup Sessions Acquired By MyFitnessPal

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Sessions, the behavioral health startup that launched out of the Rock Health startup incubator in June 2012, has been acquired by MyFitnessPal for an undisclosed sum. This is MyFitnessPal’s first acquisition.

The three-person Sessions team will be joining MyFitnessPal in San Francisco this month. The future of the Sessions app (which TechCrunch’s Ryan Lawler reviewed in November 2013) is unclear. In a blog post announcing the deal, Sessions co-founder Nick Crocker wrote, “though our program is going to have to be reimagined for MyFitnessPal’s 50MM+ users, our mission and vision remain unchanged.” We’ve reached out for more details and will update with any further information we receive.

Sessions raised less than $1 million in funding from Rock Health, SV Angel, Collaborative Fund, Blackbird and Joshua Kushner.