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January 28, 2019 | GuardLab® visited San Jose, California in late January to meet the All-Star Roster at the 2019 All-Star Games, held at SAP Center in San Jose, home of the San Jose Sharks.
During the All-Star Weekend, GuardLab met with NHL Athletes to 3D scan them for custom mouthguards, using GuardLab’s 3D Technology, powered by 3Shape. NHL Athletes were fitted for GuardLab’s proprietary ARC-PRO Guards that feature an Alignment Repositioning Cushion engineered to help keep the airways open, increase stability in the head, neck and jaw muscles and reduce TMJ tension for overall improved protection and performance.
The success of Blaydes can be tracked to his wrestling background in high school. Born in Naperville, Illinois he won the wrestling state title in his senior year with an outstanding 44-0 record.
Since 2015, Blaydes has been wearing GuardLab’s 3D scanned ARC-PRO custom mouthguard for peak performance and protection while training and fighting. “I believe that GuardLab produces the best form fitting protection on top of providing some really dope creative designs." - Curtis "Razor" Blaydes
UFC Straw Weight, Heather Jo Clark will face her upcoming opponent, Karolina Kowalkiewicz on May 8th, for UFC Fight Night 87 in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
While the journey leading to this fight has included a series of strife and rehabilitation, Clark will return to the UFC to challenge her competitor Sunday night.
In order to recover from a torn ACL injury in December of 2014, Clark began to train, refocused on the goal she set in hopes that she would fight again. This motivation coupled with positivity, has empowered her to reach her goal.