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New Age is the only mouthware available utilizing patented dimensional stabilizer technology. This corrects, aligns, and stabilizes your jaw instantly providing enhanced body performance benefits, with less fatiguing and injuries.
Backed By Science!
Rutgers University research studies state, that proper jaw alignment has a definitive positive impact on athletic performance, helping activate muscles, improve grip strength, enhance leg press performance, and lead to increased muscle activation during weightlifting, ultimately making athletes feel stronger and less restricted.
Nick Best, 5x Powerlifting Champion
"New Age Performance protects my teeth and improves my performance. And for me, that's the name of the game. That's why I use the 6DS mouthpiece for all of my training and all of my competitions."
Tom Stoltman, 7x Strongman Champion
"When I was deadlifting and squatting, I was kind of lopsided. As soon as I put the 6DS mouthpiece in, the differences were amazing. I felt stronger and my performance was better. My teeth were safe as well."
Supported by Studies
- STUDY 1: Creating Tension Through Jaw Clenching - "Jaw clenching is a valid way to help you activate your muscles."
The study concluded that clenching the jaw helps with improving strength and is a valid way to help you activate your muscles.
CF;, E. (2008, October 1). The effect of remote voluntary contractions on knee extensor torque. Retrieved July 11, 2022, from https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18799991/
- STUDY 2: Grip Strength Performance - "There is a significant effect on handgrip force when the jaw is clenched."
A 2016 study on jaw clenching specifically concluded that it would be advisable to have a bite-aligned mouthpiece to improve strength and performance. They looked at isometric grip strength and found a significant effect on handgrip force when subjects clenched their jaw.
Buscà B;Morales J;Solana-Tramunt M;Miró A;García M;. (2016, April 30). Effects of jaw clenching while wearing a customized bite-aligning mouthpiece on Strength in Healthy Young Men. Retrieved July 11, 2022, from https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27003454/
- STUDY 3: Leg Press Performance - "There was significant improvement in leg press performance when using a mouthpiece."
A 2018 study looked at the differences in various types of performance while using a traditional mouthguard used by contact sport athletes, no mouthguard, and a bite-regulated mouthpiece. The most relevant finding for strength athletes would be that there was a significant improvement in leg press performance when using a bite-regulated mouthpiece when compared to just a generic mouthguard.
Zupan, M., Bullinger, D., Buffington, B., Koch, C., Parker, S., Fragleasso, S., . . . Rasmussen-Woerner, S. (2018, April 03). Physiological effects of wearing athletic mouth pieces while performing various exercises. Retrieved July 11, 2022, from https://academic.oup.com/milmed/article/183/suppl_1/510/4959938
- STUDY 4: Power Cleans & Muscle Activation - "Athletes reported feeling stronger."
A 2015 study looked at a number of mouthguards and their effect on weightlifters performing submaximal power cleans. One finding was that there was more muscle activation present when wearing one of the tested products. Athletes reported feeling stronger and less restricted when wearing a custom-fitted mouthpiece.
Gage CC;Huxel Bliven KC;Bay RC;Sturgill JS;Park JH;. (2015, November/December). Effects of mouthguards on vertical dimension, Muscle Activation, and athlete preference: A prospective cross-sectional study. Retrieved July 11, 2022, from https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26545275/
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