Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020

Ergo Golf Announces Kickstarter Launch for Mv10 Multi-Tool, the Swiss Army Knife for Golfers


Ergo Golf Announces Kickstarter Launch for Mv10 Multi-Tool, the Swiss Army Knife for Golfers
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif., Sept. 21, 2017 : The Mv10 provides the average golfer with an advantage for the weekend championship by preserving their back strength and stamina lost by competitors in the later holes.

The Ergo Golf Mv10 was born on the golf course. The inventor, an avid golfer, ergonomist, and prostate cancer survivor, played golf to stay physically active and aid recovery during treatment. It was there on the course where the moment of insight came.

While golf is not considered a high-impact sport, the highly repetitive bending and crouching puts all golfers at risk.

The Ergo Golf multi-tool was created to greatly reduce the golfer's risk of injury and minimize the negative impacts of the game.

Golfers bend over a lot!
Set down a club. Fix a divot. Place a ball marker. Retrieve the ball. Pick up the flag. A typical round can require up to 125 ergonomically at-risk postures, most of which are performed on the green prior to the most stressful swing - the drive! The science is clear, if you reduce stress on the back and knees you can preserve your energy, power, and focus - hit it farther and play longer.

Golfers spend four to five hours in a bent-over stance, repeating the same motion hundreds of times. It's no wonder that playing golf can cause minor strains on the back that can easily lead to severe injuries.

Take it with you as you play. Prop up your extra club while on the fairway. Fix your divot after you hit the green. Rest the flag within reach. No more wet and lost clubs. No more walking back to the cart for a towel or brush.

Many professional golfers require multiple surgeries on their knees and backs to sustain their careers. Could using an Ergo Golf multi-tool extend a pro's career? We think it's a competitive edge golfers are not yet taking advantage of.

(PRN | 3 years ago)