SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - Feb 27, 2013) - LifeApps Digital Media Inc. (
The reception to the Golf Core Grip Workout System, which includes a mobile app, at the PGA Trade Show in Orlando, Florida in January was exceptionally positive with industry professionals, instructors, and retailers all expressing their support for the product. Industry professionals responded favorably to the price point in recognition of the value of the complete workout system.
"We were thrilled by the positive reaction to the Golf Core Grip at the PGA Merchandise Show," Robert Gayman, CEO of LifeApps Digital Media said. "There is clearly a strong need for digitally enhanced training products in the golf fitness community, and we look forward to the next few weeks of sharing the Golf Core Grip in a national tour of the product. Given the $68.8 Billion spent on golf in 2011, we are extremely optimistic about creating a new segment in the golf marketplace of golf-specific fitness products."
Golf Core Grip Workout Systems will be exhibited by LifeApps Digital Media at the L.A. Golf Show (Anaheim, CA) March 1st through 3rd, in Dallas at the new DFW Golf Show March 8th through 10th, and at the Connecticut Golf Show March 15th through 17th. The Golf Core Grip will be seen in a live demonstration and informative presentation at 1:00 PM on the Main Stage, Sunday, March 3 at the L.A. Golf Show.
Developed by leading golf experts, the Golf Core Grip Workout System from LifeApps Digital Media is an easy-to-use, highly effective mobile core workout training system that establishes proper kinematic sequencing for optimal transfer of power between the pelvis, torso, arms and hands.
The Golf Core Grip App is optimized for all Apple handheld devices and contains clear written instructions, high quality photo slideshows and fully narrated training videos for all of the workouts.
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