Compex Athlete Chad Mendes in UFC Fight 189

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Support Compex sponsored athlete Chad Mendes in his upcoming UFC 189 Interim Featherweight Title Fight against Conor McGregor on Saturday, July 11th 2015 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Former All-American wrestler Chad “Money” Mendes who has ended five of his last six wins by knock out (KO) will fight Ireland’s Conor McGregor in the main event on Pay-Per-View at 10pm/7pm ETPT.

Learn more about how Chad Mendes supercharges his workouts and trains with Compex on his athlete page: ShopCompex.com/athletes/chad-mendes

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“Time to get some @CompexUSA training in before bed.” -Chad Mendes

Step up your game by adding Compex into your workout regimen. Even the most elite athletes use less than half of their muscle potential. By integrating Compex electric muscle stimulation into your workouts you can activate 100% of your muscle fibers for the ultimate in warmup, performance and recovery.
Learn more about Electric Muscle Stimulation.

Get daily updates from Chad by following him on his social media channels:
Facebook @ChadMoneyMendes
Twitter @ChadMendes
Instagram @ChadMendes

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Compex Athlete Chad Mendes Competes In Upcoming UFC Title Fight

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Compex, the leader in electrical muscle stimulation devices, is proud to announce that its sponsored athlete and UFC fighter Chad Mendes will be competing for the World Featherweight Championship in UFC179 against Jose Aldo Jr. in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on October 25.

The fight will play host to a rematch in which Aldo won by knockout in 2012 during UFC142. At the end of UFC142, a controversial foul came along with Aldo’s victory. Aldo visibly grabbed the fence to stop Mendes from taking him down before launching a knee strike to the head to win the fight. Without a doubt, Mendes will be out for redemption and revenge – not to mention blood – during this week’s fight. Since losing to Aldo in 2012, Mendes has changed and enhanced his fighting style and won four of five fights by knockout or TKO. If Mendes wins the title fight, he will join his teammate T.J. Dillashaw from their Sacramento camp, Team Alpha Male, as champions in their respective weight classes.

In preparation for his fights, Mendes integrates Compex muscle stimulators into his rigorous training regimen. Through electrical stimulation of the muscles, Compex maximizes the benefits of warmup, strength, endurance and recovery programs, ultimately leading to greater performance gains for high level athletes.

“Chad has been training overtime to ready himself for his upcoming bout,” said Compex Coach Jim Bruskewitz. “Now it’s time to polish up his training. Compex puts that last critical piece of his preparation in place by ramping up the rate at which he recovers in the days leading up to the big event.”

Compex Recovery programs are run multiple times daily during an athlete’s taper period. The result is 4.5 times the blood flow to working muscles to flush out the hard work and repair the muscle from all the work they have done. The production of endorphins from these programs will leave them feeling light and quick. The massage portion of the programs will relax their muscles and revive them.

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Mendes is serious about using Compex. He has posted multiple photos on his Instagram and Twitter accounts about using Compex for warm-up prior to  training and then for recovery in between and after workouts. Here’s what he had to say:

“Just finished a hard morning prac now got my @compexcoach hooked up for a lil shoulder recovery before my next prac at 2:30…”

“Lil sat am recovery and TV in bed. @compexcoach,”

“… This baby’s a life saver! @compexcoach

Stay updated on Mendes’ workouts, recovery tips, and upcoming fights by following him on Twitter and Instagram @ChadMendes. And follow the #UFC 179 hashtag to stay in the conversation.

Mendes, who hails from Hanford, CA and fights out of Sacramento, has a 16-1-0 record and almost 60 percent takedown accuracy, which is about 20 percent higher than the average. He has a long and renowned career in wrestling, extreme cage fighting and is being trained by Coach Duane “Bang” Ludwig. Many are predicting Mendes to win by TKO in Round 3.

Learn more about Mendes’ upcoming fight with this UFC’s Countdown video which takes you behind the scenes before UFC 179:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3rUeZHSxkU