Compression Therapy is a great way to improve your recovery and circulation. The process mobilises fluid and assists with lymphatic drainage while massaging your limbs.
Using pneumatic (air) compression, the pump pressurises the different chambers in the boots at different intervals over multiple cycles. In medical and athletic research, this type of compression therapy is referred to by a variety of names, including “intermittent,” “external dynamic,” and “sequential” pneumatic compression.
The pressurised compartments in the boots squeeze your legs, mobilising fluids and speeding up your body’s natural process of filtering lactic acid, metabolites, and other debris that build up after exercise-induced trauma out of your blood.
Intermittent, dynamic pneumatic compression is a proven way of improving blood circulation and driving higher volumes of healthy, filtered, and oxygen-rich blood to your muscles as they rebuild. This is what significantly reduces the time it takes you to recover and get back to training. Research also reveals multiple additional benefits. For example, dynamic compression mitigates stiffness, increases ROM (range of motion), helps prevent DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness), reduces swelling and inflammation, facilitates greater protein absorption, and, over time, enhances muscle performance and longevity.
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