It's only a matter of time before we see more and more atheletes wearing [Jelly Feet].
Champlin, MInnesota (PRWEB) July 14, 2015
Ron Wright, the creative entrepreneur behind JellyFeet365, a groundbreaking foot cover announced today his company’s foray into the fitness industry.
JellyFeet365, a protective synthetic layer for feet that guards against dirt, debris, and all unknown substances in a comfortable and reusable slip-on, is dipping its toe into the fitness marketplace.
“The fitness industry was one of the first places we thought about when developing our product,” said Wright. “It’s a difference maker because there are so many uses for it at a fitness center. Plus its durable, washable and reusable.”
Wright recently put JellyFeet365 to the ultimate test by bringing the product to a Total Conditioning Extreme (TCX) class at a local Lifetime Fitness location. Wright not only took part in instructor Winny Brodt-Brown’s class, but he got to see how athletes took to the product.
“Many people were drawn to the product for its practicality and its ability to help folks get the most out of their workout,” said Brodt-Brown, a former high school, college and international hockey star from Roseville, Minn. “With so many uses for the product and with people drawn to its uniqueness, it’s only a matter of time before we see more and more athletes wearing them.”
Wright says that what he likes best about JellyFeet365 is that users have found their own uses for the product.
“We are excited to hear feedback from those athletes who tried them at the TCX class,” he said. “We hear from users that they invent and re-purpose uses for the product. That’s what we wanted. A product that can help people where they are, no matter what they do.”
One of those users is Soliman Sayedi, an IT consultant living in South Carolina, but raised in suburban Minneapolis. Sayedi says that JellyFeet365 helps him keep in top shape during his five weekly workouts.
“I play team sports, I work out and I run Spartan races. No matter what I do, using JellyFeet enhances my workout,” he said. “It gives me piece of mind in the shower, but it also helps me with my balance and it allows my feet to take on a more active role in the workout.”
Wright says he takes the feedback he receives from athletes like Brodt-Brown and Sayedi very seriously.
About JellyFeet365 and founder/inventor Ron Wright
JellyFeet365 is based in the Minneapolis suburb of Champlin, Minn., and is dedicated to the promotion of keeping the human foot as healthy as possible no matter the surface that may be encountered. Its patent-pending foot cover design offers consumers a comfortable, effective and attractive layer of protection that can be found nowhere else in the world. Founder Ron Wright began brainstorming his invention in 2001 and 2002 before graduating from the University of Minnesota Duluth. He continued putting the pieces together as he worked for various major corporations and then set off on his own to make this product widely available. For more information, visit http://www.jellyfeet365.com or call 1-844-411-FEET (3338).
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