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Everything You Need To Know About Compression Sportswear

Compression gear has been trending in recent years, being worn on a daily basis and exercised by both top athletes and ordinary people. For many, this type of clothing is part of the sporting image. Are you curious to know why you need sports compression gear, how does it work, and does it work in principle? In this article, we will try to study these questions.

Sports compression is primarily designed to create external compression on the body, which increases the so-called compression ratio of the limbs. This technology can be applied to almost all existing types of clothing: socks, shorts, leggings, T-shirts, tops, sleeves. The level of compression depends on a number of technological factors, such as the structure and type of material, shape and size of the product.

For those who don't know, compression knitting came to fitness and sports from medicine. This technology contributes to the treatment of symptoms of various disorders of blood and lymph circulation, postoperative edema, disorders of outflow in the deep and external veins. Compression was adopted into the training process more than 20 years ago in order to improve the quality of training and muscle recovery.

There are many theories and hypotheses about the magical and fantastic properties of compression knitting: it is stated that blood flow improves, both blood delivery to the working muscle and back to the heart, which indirectly contributes to the improvement of oxygen and nutrient delivery, as well as the elimination of decay products, which improves recovery. You can also find information that proprioception improves, trauma and post-workout inflammation decrease.

To date, adequate scientific research speaks only of the proven effectiveness of compression gear for medical and rehabilitation purposes. All other data are ambiguous and contradictory. Therefore, we cannot give a clear impression on this fact, since modern science has not yet given a clear answer.

Does this mean that you shouldn't wear compression  gear? Of course no!!! It is comfy, stylish, beautiful and high-tech! Compression is used by amateurs and professionals of almost all sports, from marathon runners and triathletes, uploading to game sports, as well as strength sports and crossfit. Many brands of compression clothing offer comfortable technological solutions related to the specificity of the sport and the physique of the athletes. An example of this is, men's weightlifting shorts, which are specially shaped to fit the specificity of the weightlifter's powerful thigh, which creates comfort. Also, this model protects the athlete's skin from tension at the moment of repeated contact with the barbell during training.

 In addition to sports, this type of clothing is very popular for travel and tourism: it is comfortable and also helps to improve venous outflow, which makes it easier for many hours of hiking and long sitting positions during flights and transfers.

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