A Look at the Difference Between Compression Socks and Sleeves ZeroPo

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www. zpcompression.us A Look at the Difference Between Compression Socks and Sleeves Reasons to Wear Compression Sleeves and Socks Over the past few blog installments we have looked at the benefits of using compression gear. We have examined what types and why compression works for different sports and situations as well as things like different climates. In today’s blog we will be specifically looking at the difference between compression socks and sleeves. As we have pointed out compression can benefit just about anyone who leads an active life. And now you may be wondering about some differences and which style or piece of compression gear may be the best for you. The Difference Between Compression Socks and Sleeves The main difference between these two pieces of compression gear starts with the actual design:  Compression socks cover the calf and the foot  Compression sleeves do not have the foot portion and only covers the calf area

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www. zpcompression.us Both sleeves and socks will provide the benefits of compression through graduated compression where the compression / pressure gets light as in moves upward. You will find that both socks and sleeves are worn by athletes to increase performance prevent possible injure and to speed up recovery times. These socks and sleeves are also beneficial for those who must stand for lengthy periods of times such as nurses. Benefits of compression socks include: Protection of the feet and ankles — If you sit with your feet on the floor for lengthy periods of time your blood may pool in the veins of your legs. This can include travel by car or plane. Socks can help promote the circulation in the feet ankles and legs to help prevent swelling and also blood pooling that can lead to clots. Compression socks can also help those who have to sit or stand for long periods of time on their jobs. Compression sleeves are ideal for: Prevention of shin splints — Shin splints are common amongst runners because of the duration of their training along with the intensity and frequency of training. Compression sleeves provide protection against the strain put on the front leg muscles when running or jumping. If you have flat feet or high arches that chose your front leg muscles to work overtime providing stability compression sleeves can lessen the load on those muscles. Compression sleeves provide attention to the often ignored calf and shin areas by boosting blood flow to injured tissue reducing pain and inflammation. If you frequently suffer from shin splints sleeves would be an ideal choice to help you get back in the game much more quickly. Making Your Choice With the insight into the difference between compression socks and sleeves you’ll find the choice to usually be a personal preference. At ZeroPoint Compression we can help you select the ones the suit your situation and style. ZeroPoint was founded in 2009 based on the idea that every athlete at every level has the right to be the best version of them. We constantly apply research science and sophisticated product development with universities athletes and sports labs to create the world’s best compression products. Our name is derived from the concept that each day is an opportunity to begin at your new ZeroPoint. Our products give you the confidence and ability to test your boundaries and go for One More whatever your sport. One more run One more lap One more set…………

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www. zpcompression.us ZeroPoint is a world leader in using the most sustainable materials in apparel. The fabrics are made using 85 repurposed nylon waste collected from landfills and oceans. A highly sophisticated polymer process is used to turn this material into Econyl fabrics. ZeroPoint realizes sustainability isn’t a goal but a way of thinking and being. Information Presented by: Mike Kilchenstein Zeropoint Compression Email: infozpcompression.com Phone: 435-250-3500 Address: 4174 N Forestdale Dr. Suite E Park City UT 84098 Web: https://zpcompression.us/

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