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Unbelievable difference in recovery time,
This review is from: Zensah Compression Leg Sleeves (Sports)
I'm relatively new to running and found I would sometimes be sore the next day. My calves would be a little tired feeling after a run. Sometimes there would be shin pain, not splints exactly, but something uncomfortable. I'd read about compression sleeves for the shins as a possible cure and got these hoping they'd do SOME good.
They surpassed my expectations in every way.
I ran this morning and hours later I feel as fresh as if I hadn't run at all. I put the Zensah Compression Leg Sleeves on right after I'm done running and wear them for the rest of the day. I've heard of people sleeping in them, and they're certainly comfortable enough to. I just haven't. My shin pains are gone. My calves are ready to run much more quickly than before. It reduced recovery time dramatically.
I wasn't prepared for how well they would work. I thought maybe I hadn't run as far or as fast but that wasn't the case at all. I'm getting a second pair because I think I'll be able to run more frequently and well, I'm not doing laundry EVERY day and I'll want to wear these more often than I'm willing to wash them. They're machine washable and they dry really quickly hanging to dry. I haven't dried them in the dryer. I'm nervous they'll shrink or I'll ruin them. I'm a convert.
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Initial post: Apr 24, 2013 1:02:36 PM PDT
Carolyn H. says:
Do these help with achilles tendonitis?
In reply to an earlier post on Apr 25, 2013 5:57:04 AM PDT
Chris Henderson says:
Probably not, but eccentric exercise will. You might want to try this book: Treat Your Own Achilles Tendinitis. Hope this helps, tendonitis can really put an end to your running.
In reply to an earlier post on Apr 26, 2013 12:47:19 PM PDT
Carolyn H. says:
Thanks for the help, I'll check it out.
Posted on Nov 14, 2013 8:56:39 AM PST
I put mine in the dryer, seem to help tighten it back up actually
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