Hello WC68 and thank you for your kind words....
Yes you are correct ; it is precisely why I have posted to find help with sales and marketing...
To answer your question " what the hell is a ski-mojo?"
or read some of the posts on here regarding the ski-mojo, for example,
As some of you may know, I've got dodgy knees, and have had for over 20 years now. For the last decade, I've kept skiing with a mixture of strong pain killers and hinged knee braces. Using these, I can manage about 3 consecutive days on the slopes before I need to take a day off to let the swelling and pain in my knees die down.
Not any more!
About 4 years ago I heard of a new product called the ski mojo, that sounded like it might work for me. Unfortunately some of the early testers I spoke to had issues with it, so I avoided it. Then, a couple of weeks ago, I heard a new version of it was out, and that friends of mine in the US & UK were raving about it, so I got a pair before heading off to Italy last week.
I spent 5.5 days skiing harder and faster than I have ever done before. I took a coule of pain killers but that was for shoulder pain. At the end of each day, I'd do the final run top to bottom without stopping. Hitting rough/bumpy stuff was no problem as these things took the stress off my knees. When I wanted to, I could get my skis to angles I've not managed before and carve hard through turns, or just hold a tuck for as long as I wanted to.
By the end of the trip, my right knee felt like it had maybe done half a day's exercise, but apart from that, my legs felt fine.
So, that's it, I've found something that helps me ski without the pain in my knees. If you've got knee problems, they might be worth a look... www.skiallday.co.uk
Hope that helps... any further questions will be happy to answer...