Charles has been playing with a Pro+ for the past two season and is having a great start to this season with a 5 points game (1 goal, 4 assist) in a 5 to 1 win last week and help his team tie the next game in a 4-4 draw after trailing 0-4 .
This kid was the only player wearing Brain Pad and now he will have 10 of his teammates joining him.
Charles father, Serge Boutin who works at the Radio-Canada ,was getting a new model for his son from Vic Theriault after playing two full season wearing the Pro +. Word got out how much these players like and I was ask to meet the coaches and parents who all agreed to participate in a research program to see how many stick with that model with team president Sylvain Petelle and coach Benoit Courchesnes .This will give the product a serious look and try out in hard hitting kids hockey.
We now will follow 11 kids from the Elites Bantam “CC” in the Federation de L’Est Hockey who agreed to give it a serious try and must be congratulated for being pro active in the fight to reduce tooth and jaw-base of skull injuries in the fast game of hockey.
Getting the best protection fitted-up is a small yet feel-good moment for any family –
Hockey parent finds Brain-Pad; wants the best protection for Wiliam…
(Photos courtesy of – Marc Warden Productions and airMS media – Thanks guys!)
Set on lower teeth first – raise guard into upper teeth – and BITE! for a few seconds…
Remove and check impressions on top and bottom of guard – these look good…
Give your ‘star athlete’ a high-five and he is 1 step closer to lacing up his skates!
It is really that easy to “Reduce jaw impact energy from entering his jaw-joints & the base of his skull!”. Brain-Pad compliments even the best helmets available!
Just look at the results of this NFL Funded Study testing Name-Brand guards –
The higher the Bar on the graph, the more energy recorded in the head-form sensors –
This is the Low Speed Impact Graph – Peak acceleration references the jaw’s velocity prior to slamming into the head-form’s TMJ Sockets:How about a High Speed Impact ? Did the Brain-Pad PRO+, win the day again ?
Looks like we have a winner! . . . If winning means keeping malicious impact energy away from your jaw-joints/TMJ sockets and outside of the base of your skull . . .
Brain-Pad now has its newest design available this winter season – The 3XS Jaw-Joint Protector in black and translucent blue or white and translucent black. The 3XS is based from the PRO+ design and adds a 3rd impact absorbing thermoplastic in the channel arms which further reduces impacts. So get a mouth guard and take your chances. Or get a Brain-Pad Jaw-Joint Protector and reduce your chances of jaw impact injury!
Obviously Walmart knows a WINNER when they see one !
Dual-arch Technology is the safest-play for all contact sports
and Walmart sees this Tested and Proven Sports Safety Technology
as the BEST investment in everyone’s future – Theirs and their patrons !
Tested and Proven = Peace of Mind. No guard can stop all injuries but using a true Dual-Arch guard is the best defense against ” Impact energies entering the base of the skull from Lower Jaw Impacts “. Add full braces coverage and protection, a substantial dental warranty and increased ability to breathe, and dual-arch quickly becomes superior in performance and protection when compared to mass-produced, not biomechanically tested upper style guards.
NOTE – If you are looking for the new high-end Brain-Pad 3XS triple thermoplastic jaw-joint protector with Brain-Pad’s new High Impact Gel-pad inserts, please purchase from Amazon.com’s 3XS page linked here. For Youth size please visit www.Brainpads.com online store:
Get the tried and tested effective PRO+, & LoPRO+ Brain-Pads in adult or youth sizes at your local Walmart, or buy direct from Walmart online.
Published Research and Testing trials are available from 1993, 2005 & 2011. Brain-Pad dual-arch designs have been put through the most advanced headform drop-testing available to date.
Use a true dual-arch guard this season to reduce the risk of –
” Impact energy entering the TMJ and the base of the skull”.