Crowd funding campaign for vibrating foam roller
Hyperice has officially launched a campaign to bring their latest and most exciting fitness and recovery innovation to reality through Kickstarter, a crowdsourcing platform that funds thousands of creative projects, business ideas and new products. The recovery technology company is offering exclusive rewards featuring their lineup of superstar athletes—Blake Griffin, Lindsey Vonn, Troy Polamalu and Adrian Peterson—to help fund the development and production of one of the most innovative new products in fitness and human performance, the “Vyper.”
Hyperice has created a fitness device that combines vibration and pressure to improve the body’s overall performance and enhance recovery. The Vyper was developed in collaboration with one of the most highly respected Physical Therapists in sports, a team of Aerospace Engineers and some of the most accomplished athletes in the world with the intent of improving the body’s flexibility and range of motion, while also preventing injury.
The Vyper features a combination of a high-energy rechargeable lithium ion battery—the same battery that powers a Tesla—and a high performance air injected polypropylene shell to deliver high-intensity vibration at optimized frequency to the body’s muscle tissues, increasing blood flow, activating the nervous system and preventing injury.
Hyperice founder, Anthony Katz, says:
Hyperice has set a fundraising goal of $100,000 over the course of their 45-day Kickstarter campaign to help bring the Vyper to market.