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ArmourBite: Mouthwear for better golf

October 10, 2011

Filed under: Celebrity Smiles,Under Armour Performance Mouthwear — admin @ 9:13 am

Golf Digest recently posted this

Available at Aesthetic Dentistry by Design, Under Armour Performance Mouthwear has been used by LPGA’s Vicky Hurst and Champions Tour player Bruce Fleisherwho is an outspoken advocate of its benefits.

From the article:

It is called the potato-chip test. Place a potato chip in your mouth and attempt to hit a shot without breaking the chip.

“The concept of affecting performance by adjusting the jaws is centuries old. Viking and Roman warriors often bit on leather straps before going to battle. [Olympic sprinter] Usain Bolt used to bite on a neckless when he’d run.”

What the ArmourBite does is adjusts the placement of the jaw. “The wedge changes the physiology of what’s happening,” Molhoek said. “It interrupts the signal to the brain and as a result of that leads to the benefits — increased strength, endurance, reduction of lactic acid, reduction of cortisol. Cortisol has been linked to the yips. It’s really a bad thing, the antithesis of testosterone. It saps your ability to perform.”

Hurst said that it did not make her a better golfer, but it helped her play her best, according to Molhoek. The first time Fleisher used it,  he reported no fatigue for the first time in years. Fleisher said that this product made him feel exactly the same on hole one and hole 18.
Read the full article here.
Hundreds of athletes currently use the Under Armour Performance Mouthwear to improve their sports performance. It’s recommended for adults and children eight and older who play contact, no-contact, and limited-contact sports, including football, baseball, soccer, tennis, and golf.

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