With our patented design, CorePro is slim enough to fit under most clothing and can help golfers, workout enthusiasts, nurses, waiters, new moms, desk jockeys and so many others.
Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) April 24, 2017
The design team behind CorePro launched their Indiegogo campaign today and is looking to raise a total of $25K to help bring the product to life. CorePro is a new solution to back and posture issues that activates users’ cores by triggering their abdominal muscles to engage and help stabilize their spine.
CorePro is made of three key components which include a breathable, flexible fabric sleeve, a soft, non-stretch back panel and four elastic straps that pull across the midsection and activate the core muscles. CorePro triggers the abdominal muscles to engage while still allowing for full range of motion and helps stabilize the spine while moving. CorePro is also easy to wash for those who use it for more physical and strenuous activities.
“While I double as a physical therapist and athlete, I wanted CorePro to help more than just the average athlete,” said project creator Dr. Gia Fruscione, PT, DPT, TPI Certified. “With our patented design, CorePro is slim enough to fit under most clothing and can help golfers, workout enthusiasts, nurses, waiters, new moms, desk jockeys and so many others.”
CorePro has multiple patents for both design and utility. The unique design allows for comfort and full range of motion, CorePro steps up where other posture solutions fall short. Made entirely in the United States, the CorePro team sources and sews everything domestically so that they are hands-on throughout the entire process.
Early supporters can pre-order a CorePro on Indiegogo for $55, which is 30% less than the future retail price. Packs of two can also be purchased for $130 to save users $30 off of the future retail price. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/coreproigg.
Based out of Princeton, New Jersey, the CorePro team is working to produce smart, well-designed products that will improve people’s lives. Starting with CorePro, they hope to make a difference for people suffering from back and posture issues. For more information, visit http://www.gocorepro.com.