Compression shin sleeves
Shin splits is one of the most feared injuries among runners and basketball players. The injury is not only very painful but also takes you out of the game for a couple of weeks. The compression sleeves for shin splints help you to prevent this nasty injury. A shin compression sleeve works like a second firm skin to your body and another layer of support for your legs. By compressing your calves and shins, the compression sleeves for shin increase oxygen and blood flow to the area's most susceptible to shin splints and other long term injuries.
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What can you do to prevent and/or relieve from the shin splint pain?
By wearing a shin compression sleeve during and after your physical activities you will be providing more blood flow through the extremities of your body, and therefore, reducing the chances of shin splints. Using your shin compression sleeve before the activity will help the blood to circulate faster through your veins, helping with your warm-up, loosen the tendons and muscles. Hence, the chances of inflammation and shin splints are reduced as the muscles and tendons are stronger and more flexible.
Everyone that ever did an endurance sport like running or dancing knows the feeling of discomfort that it can provide. Your legs get sore, and you can feel the cramp slowly coming up. Artefit™ shin compression sleeves can help to prevent this annoying feeling of shin splints. They make sure your legs are getting fresh oxygen rich blood that helps the muscle to endure longer and prevent injuries after the activity.
Protect your skin
The Artefit™ shin compression sleeves are the perfect sleeves for the summer. They are UV-resistant and help to protect your skin from a burning sun while keeping the shin compression to support your muscles and tendons.