Introducing Performance Compression
Compression has been used in the medical profession for decades. It is only recently that the sports industry has begun to recognise the benefits of Compression before, during and after exercise. Extensive independent research has proven that Compression Garments offer a range of physical benefits that lead to increased performance, body function and recovery.
Faster warm up and enhanced circulation. Graduated Compression of the limbs actively encourages and increases Venous Return or Blood Flow to the heart and to the Lymph nodes providing a far greater rate of oxygenated blood to essential organs and muscle groups...faster.
Established Therapeutic rated fabric as used in the medical profession, has been proven to provide greater repair and recovery benefits by helping the pumping action of the Cardiovascular system in the body. This in turn helps to remove excess Blood Lactate from the muscles after exercise leading to a faster rate of muscle repair and recovery and reduction of post exercise discomfort.
During exercise, muscles are exposed to tremendous pressures under exertion that cause immense Muscle Vibration. This is a major cause of Muscle Fatigue known as Muscle Oscillation and is significantly reduced when wearing appropriate Compression Garments. The result is this leads to improved muscle endurance, strength and power production and an ultimately improved performance.
Heightened Proprioception increases the senses and awareness for enhanced stability and agility. Proprioception can also help with improved technique as you become more aware of your body's positioning, thereby improving the balance, control and muscular coordination.
Reduced Muscle Damage
High Level Sports Compression Garments, feature muscle containment properties which ultimately reduces muscle damage under exertion. By reducing muscle damage during exercise and minimising muscle and joint swelling after exercise, Sports Compression can significantly reduce the severity and duration of exercise induced muscle injury and soreness such as Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) a regular problem with Elite Athletes.