Shock Doctor, a leader in protection and performance and maker of the #1 Mouthguard in the World, is proud to partner with GameBreaker, the inventor and pioneer of the soft shell headgear market, in promoting player safety at the new Legends Showcase 7v7 Football Tournament Series.
Since 2005, the Southern Maryland Youth Flag Football League (SMYFFL) has been home to the largest co-ed youth flag football program in the state. Offering both Spring and Fall seasons, the organization is proud to have served thousands of young athletes and coaches for over 15 years.
When it comes to high school football in the state of New Jersey, DePaul Catholic is a household name. After a 3-0 start to the 2021 season, Coach Nick Campanile and the Spartans are poised to add more hardware to their trophy case, one that’s seen five state championships and a runner-up added since 2013. How did the Spartans prepare for this season under their first-year head coach?
“We use GameBreaker because it allows us to practice in a way that we’ve never been able to practice before,” Campanile said. “GameBreaker’s equipment has taken our safety to another level.”
NFL Flag Pasadena emphasizes safety with GameBreaker Headgear –
When it comes to flag football, Patrick Williams has seen his fair share of action around one of the fastest-growing sports in the United States. As Commissioner of NFL Flag Pasadena and Blue Chip Youth Sports, he’s tasked with leading a league that has been active for roughly 7 years and is growing annually. What does he credit the growth in participation to? An unwavering commitment to player safety.
GAMEBREAKER EARNS FIVE STAR RATING BY VIRGINIA TECH HELMET LAB IN FIRST EVER FLAG FOOTBALL HEADGEAR TESTING Since 2011, Virginia Tech researchers have been providing unbiased helmet ratings that allow consumers to make informed decisions when purchasing helmets. The Virginia Tech Helmet Lab, widely recognized as the prominent testing lab for helmet/headgear safety and […]
With participation in youth football in steady decline, Gamebreaker Headgear CEO Mike Juels explains how better protection for players will better protect the future of the game.
HELMETFITHELMET INFLATION SYSTEM With an app-controlled handheld electric pump, HelmetFit eliminates the guesswork of the helmet inflation process and establishes a custom fit for every player. HelmetFit streamlines the helmet fitting process by recording the air pressure at each inflation point. This creates the ability to pinpoint and save a custom fit for each player. […]
A new book, BELICHICK: The Making of the Greatest Football Coach of All Time by ESPN senior writer Ian O’Connor, tells the story of a practice-field injury to New England Patriots Coach Bill Belichick when he played at Division III Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT. The year was 1971. Belichick, a sophomore, 5-feet-10, 185 pounds, was the snapper for Wesleyan’s FG/PAT scout team. Two defensive tackles on the FG/PAT block team were assigned to double-team him, pancake him onto his back, while a linebacker shot the gap and blocked the kick.
Football has always been a game that has been on the cutting edge of the latest and greatest that technology has to offer. As the world has evolved, so has the game. New technology, new understanding, new attitudes – all have impacted football to make it better for everyone.
All three of these elements came together on March 10, 2018, at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) when the Texas Youth Football Association (TYFA) announced its plans to address the future of football. As part of its planning, TYFA brought in Gamebreaker to help develop a multi-year plan to reduce contact across the league and make it more appealing for parents and players to participate in the sport.