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Juvent Sports Unveils New Pro-XL & Traveler Models At The 2015 PGA Merchandise Show

Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) January 20, 2015

Juvent Sports debuts new items designed to meet the needs of high caliber athletes with larger muscle and body mass as well as those of road warriors who need portability of their Juvent training device.

Juvent Sports ( today unveiled two new and exciting additions to their product line at the 2015 PGA Merchandise Show Booth 691. First, the new Juvent Pro Traveler™ provides a new portable system that combines the popular Juvent Pro Micro-Impact Platform™ device with a custom, portable, high impact Halliburton Zero™ case for the ultimate in durability, style and everything else that is needed for safe and convenient transport. Second, the brand debuted the new Juvent Pro-XL Platform engineered to meet the healthy micro-impact needs of bigger athletes with more significant muscle and body mass. The new unit can handle users up to 400 lbs in body weight.

Mike Bryan, part of the #1 World Ranked Men’s Doubles Tennis team, is among the first users of the new Juvent Traveler. Mike has been a big believer and vocal advocate of the Juvent device and the global travel demands of the professional tennis schedule was a perfect example of the need to make the Juvent product line even more convenient for travel. “I use Juvent 20 minutes in the morning and 20 minutes at night. I have much less knee pain, I feel stronger, more balanced and more stable – that’s led to big winning results on the court. I love having my Juvent Traveler with me on the road, very convenient!” said Bryan. The Juvent Traveler system will be available for consumer orders in the Spring of 2015 and will retail for $ 4295.

The new Juvent-Pro XL unit is engineered to meet the micro-impact needs of larger athletes with significantly more body mass and muscle up to 400 lbs in body weight. It contains advanced computer software, a more powerful micro-impact amplifier, pre-programmed warm-up and recovery workouts and the Juvent 5-year warranty. It will be available for consumer orders in the Spring of 2015 and it will carry an introductory price of $ 3995. “We’ve been very excited about the success of the base Juvent-Pro model which debuted last year. However, given its knee and joint pain relief benefits it has been even more popular than we anticipated among physically larger athletes like current and retired NFL lineman, larger golfers and others. So, our technical team focused their efforts on designing a new product that can deliver the soothing, targeted, high-frequency and low magnitude micro-impact these athletes want and need. It is an exciting addition to our product line” Said Rush Simonson, CEO and Chairman of Juvent.

The Juvent Micro-Impact Platform™ technology is a physician and physical therapist recommended FDA Registered Class I medical exercise and rehabilitation device, which delivers thousands of low-magnitude and high-frequency Micro-Impact™ pulses that enter through the heels of the feet and move up the entire body. These micro-impacts uniquely stimulate the body’s muscles and bones promoting circulation, joint health and healing. Golfers simply stand on the Juvent for as little as 10 minutes per session and many start feeling results immediately. Recommended and used by world-renowned trainers, doctors, physical therapists, and chiropractors, the Juvent is changing the way athletes of all types are approaching training and recovery.

Juvent Sports is an Official Proud Partner of the NFL Alumni Association (NFLA) as their official provider of this unique technology for the Pro Football Legends. Juvent also works closely and features its products at The Leadbetter Golf Academy, Juvent is also the only exercise device company who is a member of the National Osteoporosis Foundation’s national roundtable.


About Juvent Sports:

Juvent Sports manufactures the clinically proven Juvent Micro-Impact Platforms. These platforms provide non-invasive, micro-impact pulses to support warmup, workout recovery, relieve joint and back pain, and enhance balance. The FDA Class I medical exercise and rehabilitation devices are the result of more than 20 years and $ 45 million in research and development, with many peer-reviewed journals articles and six clinical studies (completed or current) with backing from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), NASA, and the U.S. Army. Used by world-renowned medical doctors, trainers, physical therapists, and chiropractors, for more information, visit or follow us on Twitter @JuventSports.

Media Contact: Skip Goode (303) 912-7547; skip.goode(at)juvent(dot)com

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Samsung, LG, Apple Models Top Latest Consumer Reports Smart Phone Ratings

Yonkers, NY (PRWEB) December 17, 2014

Android smart phones dominate the latest Consumer Reports Ratings, with several models from Samsung’s flagship Galaxy line, LG, and HTC landing at or near the top. Apple’s latest handset, the iPhone 6, was also a top-scoring model.

The Samsung Galaxy S 5, the Galaxy S 5 Active, and the Galaxy S 5 Sport all performed well enough in CR’s comprehensive tests to land spots at the top of the Ratings. Each received high marks for attributes like display quality, camera image quality, battery life, and ease of use. In all, six of the top ten highest-scoring handsets in CR’s smart phone Ratings are Samsung models.

The LG G3, Apple iPhone 6, and HTC One (M8) are also high-performing smart phones that rank near the top of CR’s Ratings. All of the models in the top ten are within 5 points of each other in overall score, meaning that most people would likely be very satisfied with any of those options.

“If you’re in the market for a new smart phone, you can expect a larger, sharper display that’s easier to read; better performance; and even better battery life,” said Mike Gikas, Senior Electronics Editor for Consumer Reports. “And while Samsung has many highly-rated phones in our Ratings, competing models from Apple, LG, HTC, Sony, and Motorola are also compelling.”

The full Consumer Reports smart phone Ratings, as well as a guide to choosing the right smart phone, can be found online at

Battery life is improving with each generation of smart phones – a fact borne out by CR’s exhaustive tests. Still, CR’s experts have the following tips to help consumers get the most out of their smart phone batteries:

Dim the display. A superbright, always-on display can eat up your battery, so put it on a diet. Lower it, or set it to Auto.
Turn things off. Your handset maintains contact with the carrier’s cell tower, and when that link weakens, the phone works harder to try to maintain it. If you’re spending extended time in an area with no service at all, turn the phone off or set it to airplane mode.
Give it a boost. Event the most stringent conservation practices won’t make a battery last forever. Carrying a spare battery is an excellent backup plan. Don’t have a removable battery? Consider a charging case from companies such as Mophie and PhoneSuit.
Buy a battery champ. If you’re shopping for a new phone, stack the odds in your favor by choosing one that has demonstrated staying power in Consumer Reports’ tests. Look for models in the Ratings that have ‘very good’ or ‘excellent’ scores for battery life.

Consumer Reports is the world’s largest independent product-testing organization. Using its more than 50 labs, auto test center, and survey research center, the nonprofit rates thousands of products and services annually. Founded in 1936, Consumer Reports has over 8 million subscribers to its magazine, website and other publications. Its advocacy division, Consumers Union, works for health reform, food and product safety, financial reform, and other consumer issues in Washington, D.C., the states, and in the marketplace.