To properly use a standard trowel, the wrist must perform two movements. The first is known as an ulnar deviation- moving the little finger towards the wrist. And while in this position the user is required to push into the ground. The combination of these movements result in a weak push force and can be harmful to the user over time.
This concept was selected based on its simplicity and dynamic triangular handle, which can be held at the push position and the downward position. Allowing the user to utilize full power while maintaining a neutral wrist position.