WATCH Your Back!

WATCH Your Back!

Bring an End to Student Back Pain for Good- As Seen on the Science Channel

BackPal – the Highly-Innovative, Pain-Reducing and organizing Insert for all Backpacks

See: www.buybackpal.com

Deja (age 17) & Canyon (age 14) pitch on Backpal

 

Chronic back pain for students of all ages is the direct result of carrying backpacks that do not distribute weight properly or promote good posture. Beginning today, social investors can visit Freshman-Inventors.com to help fund BackPal and lighten any pack so that it protects all students’ backs.

 

The insert is a single unit that fits inside most backpacks and harnesses compression technology; this advancement evenly distributes the ever-increasing weight students carry on their backs each day. Many chiropractors recommend a rigid back design for their patients, and with BackPal, students can keep their favorite bag and still get the support they need.

 

“The ‘moment of force’ is the tendency of a force to twist or rotate an object,” said Jason Lillywhite, a certified mechanical engineer. “That moment of force is significant on a backpack for the person wearing the pack. The moment will pull backward on the shoulders and push in on the lower back. With BackPal, the insert reduces the moment of force by 66% of total pounds per inch.”

 

BackPal’s simple set up – insert into backpack, expand adjustable frontload band and load books, laptop and supplies – as well as ability to make any backpack ergonomically sound, has caught the attention of the same chiropractors tasked with reducing pain brought on by inefficient backpacks.

 

“It is obvious there is a large problem with backpacks in relation to back and neck pain in all age groups,” according to Teran Warner D.C., M.S., B.S. of CopperWell Chiropractic in Herriman, UT. “The same student with the BackPal could carry a heavier load than another student with a lighter load and no BackPal for the same time with less health risk. I endorse BackPal in the hopes it will cut down on the health problems that are associated with heavy backpack use.”

 

How many of us developed award-winning products, and mentored up-and-coming professionals before we had our driving learner’s permit? For the brother-sister team behind Freshman Inventors, Deja (17) and Canyon (14) Viau, (pronounced, “view”) helping promote, guide and encourage innovators has been a passion for several years. The Viaus, and their dad, Mark, a former FBI Agent have a proven track record of bringing winning products to market.

 

“My brother and I have so many friends that see chiropractors and other doctors because of the heavy backpacks we wear to school each day,” Deja Viau explained. “BackPal is not only a great invention and product, but it can help a lot of people of any age feel better and live more active lives.”

 

 

Deja and Canyon have also created an incubator for new inventors, see:

www.Freshmaninventors.org

 

 

Media Contact: Mark Viau, Freshman Inventors.org , (801)781-0078, MarkViau@gmail.com

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