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Get a Better Flow with Compression

Minimize muscle fatigue and alleviate pain like a world-class athlete.

When you’re catching an NBA game, you’ve probably noticed players wearing sock-like arm and calf sleeves that don’t look like part of their uniform. What they’re wearing is compression, and why they wear it is to improve performance and help speed-up muscle recovery. This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the benefits of compression wear.

Improved Circulation

Wearing compression anywhere increases circulation, therefore delivering more oxygen to muscles. Not only does this improved oxygenation reduce muscle fatigue and speed recovery, but it also provides vascular benefits. Compression socks and calf sleeves are ideal for reducing spider and varicose veins as well as treating DVT or Deep Vein Thrombosis.

Injury Prevention & Recovery

Compressing muscles reduces the amount of damage that can occur when they shake on impact when running and even walking. If you’re already dealing with an injury, compression reduces swelling and soreness. Muscles recover from both exercise and injury faster, keeping you off the bench.

Pain Alleviation

The benefits of increased circulation, decreased swelling and more support all add up to less pain. Whether it’s the general achiness from being on your feet all day or that nagging chronic injury, compression can help alleviate pain and the inherent distraction that comes with it.

Increased circulation, decreased swelling and more support add up to less pain.

If you don’t have a specific area that needs extra support, like a chronic injury, start with a pair of knee-high compression socks. Try them out during a 12 hour shift and we bet your feet won’t feel quite as tired or sore by the end.