Science behind Compression
How does it work?
During sport, compression gear improves your venous return and therefore improves the rate at which oxygen flows around your body. Compression gear holds your muscles tight so your muscles vibrated less and you will actually take longer strides and perform better. By controlling the vibration you improve the efficiency of your muscles and its oscillation, and in turn improve balance.
Some people reported better response than others. Science suggests that compression gears can do a few things including improving performance and improving recovery.
By minimizing muscle vibration you reduce small muscle tears and automatically reduce soreness in legs the next day. Compression gear also helps reducing the lactic acid build up by flushing out circulating toxins thus helping you recover faster. If you wear them for recovery, you will get all the vascular benefits and speed up your recovery.