The LP EmbioZ Leg Compression Sleeve will help you to improve your athletic performance enhancement, use energy more efficiently and avoid injury courtesy of it unique Power Band allied to no-seam design and compressive properties.
Wear the Power Band over your outer and inner thighs as well as your calves. You will find that it helps to improve your lower limb proprioception. This in turn improves your ability to detect and avoid unnatural limb movements or positions. This will contribute to a reduction in your risk of injury. The Power Band will also improve the effectiveness of your lower limbs when you need to use them as a kinetic chain. It will help to improve your ability to store and release energy more explosively when flexing and extending your knee. The result of this will be more explosive power when pedaling, kicking, sprinting and jumping.
The Power Band also simulate the effect of kinesiology tape by allowing the skin under it to slide and recoil against adjacent muscles. This promotes the delivery of freshly oxygenated blood to your muscles. In addition, it promotes the removal of lymphatic fluid and other metabolic waste from tired muscles. As a result, you will discover an improvement in your ability to delay the onset of muscle fatigue. You will therefore maintain higher performance levels for longer.
The LP EmbioZ Leg Compression Sleeve is designed without seams, a feature that increases wearing comfort. Although the sleeve is compressive, you will not experience welts, marks or welts to your skin.
Athletes in sports such as sprinting, cycling, soccer and track & field (high jump and long jump especially) will find that the LP EmbioZ Leg Compression Sleeve helps bring significant performance benefits. This will also be true of any sport that is dependent on kicking, sprinting or jumping activities.
Available in sizes ranging from Small to 3X-Large. Please consult the size tab on this page for guidance on choosing your correct size.
LP EmbioZ Leg Compression Sleeve – Indications
- Delayed onset muscle soreness
- Muscle strain