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6 Chamber Recovery Pants (PREORDER ETA LATE JUL)

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Our new and improved recovery pants are a step up from our very popular recovery boots. The pants not only compress the whole leg but they also compress the glutes and hip area as well to ensure optimum recovery. 


What is Compression Therapy?

Compression therapy is an effective method by which controlled pressure is applied to the extremities in order to increase blood flow and the efficiency of the lymphatic and venous systems. Compression therapy has been found to be very helpful in ensuring dynamic recovery, which in turn provides a competitive edge to all athletes that are training at all levels. It helps to improve blood circulation, flexibility and reduce the tissue repair time. The human body requires three to five days to recover following a rigorous training session. This is because of the natural limitations of the lymphatic and circulatory systems of the human body. Compression Therapy speeds this process up and allows athletes to train at a higher level more often to enhance performance. ​Air chambers and air pumps are used to produce air compression massage for the legs. Through the repeated sequential and intermittent inflation and deflation of the air chambers. Compression therapy is being adopted worldwide and is being used in a variety of settings. Sports teams, CrossFit athletes, runners, cyclists, triathletes, world champs, physiotherapists and have been a huge hit at recovery centres.


​Benefits?

  • Improve circulation
  • Enhance lymphatic drainage
  • Remove waste products including lactic acid
  • Improve range of movement and flexibility
  • Decrease recovery time
  • Relax and unwind

How often should I use my recovery pants? ​

The frequency of using compression therapy depends entirely on the need. In most cases, compression therapy can be used 20-30 minutes every day. If you suffer from poor circulation or other circulatory issues, we encourage you to consult your physician about whether this therapy is appropriate for you.​​