Christopher Patterson - ABS Skate Trainer
Tired of hurting his back while teaching his daughter to skate, Christopher Patterson invented the ABS two-stage skate trainer with an adjustable harness to help support the children from one to four years old as they learn. Once the child is confident enough, the harness can be removed to make a regular stake trainer.
Its inventor says he wants his invention to promote outdoor activities to young children in a safer manner for both parent and child. After only 5 months on the international market, this invention has shown great success and has caught the eye of parents of disabled children as well as NHL players with young children.
Going forward, the team is still trying to create awareness of the product and looking for funding to create a larger version of the skate trainer that could help disabled kids and teenagers enjoy time on the ice.
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