The Compressport R2 was the number one calf guard worn at the Ironman World Championships in Kona . The Compressport R2 calf guard boosts your venous return, reducing the accumulation of toxins while increasing oxygenation to the muscles. The reduction in lactic acid build-up coupled with its shock absorption properties protects you from muscular fatigue and damage. Compressport compression products are meant for all levels and abilities and are suitable for almost any sport. Train, compete and recover in Compressport.
The ultra light Compressport fabric is designed for more effective venous return from the feet to the heart, considerably reducing the build up of toxins in the muscles, particularly during prolonged effort
Muscles benefit from improved oxygenation, helping to reduce the possibility of cramps and injuries
This allows for longer, higher impact sessions with less fatigue and quicker recovery
The Compressport fabric also optimises heat exchange and wicks away moisture, helping to regulate your body temperature
The Compressport fabric provides rigidity and support to muscles and is designed to reduce shock waves and vibrations
This helps to prevent muscle tears, joint pain, contractures, micro-injuries and muscle fatigue
After exercise the Compressport R2 continues to accelerate venous return, flushing the toxins from, and increasing oxygenation to, the muscles
This process reduces the possibility of Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness
Damaged muscles repair quicker meaning you can train and compete on fresher legs
Always striving to bring you the highest quality, Compressport compression products are manufactured exclusively in Europe, using European yarn, on European equipment, by European medical compression specialists
Buy Compressport R2 Race & Recovery Calf Guards at Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online cycling store.
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Compression wear is mainly used for recovery, we wouldn't be entirely sure how they would handle in water. Best thing would be to speak to actual tri-athletes and get their view or try them first hand.
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