Athletes, like the college basketball players competing in Indiana this year, wear compression during warm-ups and games. So, why are so many athletes wearing compression and if you aren't a pro athlete, how can compression benefit you?
Athlete’s foot is annoying and painful. However, doing something as simple as choosing the right type of socks may be all you need to get rid of it AND prevent it from getting in-between your toes and on your nerves ever again!
Copper Socks and Silver Socks are becoming increasingly popular in the sock industry. You may have even seen commercials on TV talking about these socks. You may be wondering, what exactly are Copper or Silver socks?
Whether you wear compression during your workout to keep your legs energized, afterwards to promote muscle recovery, or even while traveling, athletes are making graduated compression socks part of their everyday attire.
The U.S. Women’s National Hockey Team is one of the most hard working teams out there, training twice a day for five days a week. This year, they are utilizing athletic compression socks to get a competitive advantage.
Did you know that running and lifting weights can cause varicose veins? Things that you think are helping your body may not be benefiting it in the same way you would like. Here's what you need to know:
Last month, the Dallas Cowboys offensive and defensive linemen started practice with knee braces on. This wasn’t a personal decision by the players – it was a new requirement put in place by Coach Jason Garrett.