Speed up recovery, reduce the risk of injuries and avoid “heavy legs”
Runners and athletes can help their bodies recover after a grueling in two ways - by stepping into a cryotherapy tank, or our compression pants – or ideally a combination of both. But it's not just for athletes, compression therapy and lymphatic drainage is also very efficient post-surgery, as well as for draining.
We use compression therapy pants to increase circulation and move fluid throughout the body to promote faster recovery and reduce fluid overload in the body.
Provides Immediate Relief for Heavy Legs
Strengthens Loose Skin (from obesity or pregnancy)
Aids in the Removal of Toxins like Lactic Acid
Decreases Water Accumulation
Helps Prevent the Development of Cellulite
Prevents and Eliminates First-Stage Varicose
Compression Therapy effectively mimics the muscle pump of the legs and arms, greatly enhancing the movement of fluid and metabolites out of the limbs after an intense workout. The result is decreased inflammation and reduced soreness in the legs. Compression therapy is recommended after workouts as an excellent way to accelerate recovery and optimize performance, but also very efficient if you have a tendency for “heavy” or swollen legs in general or after travelling.
Use before WholeBodyCryo Therapy or Localized cryo for maximum results.
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HOW DOES COMPRESSION THERAPY WORK?
The compression pants uses compressed air to massage your limbs, mobilize fluid, and speed recovery. During a compression session, you will first experience a pre-inflate cycle, during which the connected attachments are molded to your exact body shape. Similar to the kneading and stroking done during a massage, each segment of the attachment will first compress in a pulsing manner and then release. This will repeat for each segment of the attachment as the compression pattern works its way up your limb.
Compression has been proven effective in reducing the stress hormone cortisol, which in turn helps boost the immune system.