How Compression Shorts Have Affected Men’s Sports Performance

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Keeping up with fish isn’t easy and a long day on the water can easily turn to muscle fatigue. Working out and staying in peak physical condition is a necessity for watermen. We don’t make excuses like, we’re too tired, sore, and we just don’t feel good. We go out each day and put our training to the test. In order to put our training to test we should be dressing the part when training. So here are the reasons why you should be wearing men’s compression shorts while you are training.

Compression shorts or trunks are tight-fitting shorts that work to hold muscles in place which in turn improves blood flow and increases performance and workout recovery.

Men’s compression shorts have a host of benefits:

  • they keep your muscles warm which prevents muscle strain
  • they reduce the time take for muscles to repair themselves
  • they wick sweat away from the body to provide protection against chafing and rashes
  • they help relieve pain from muscle stiffness and soreness
  • they improve venous return and oxygenation to working muscles

Doctors’ orders: The hype is real. Compression has been used for a long time in the medical field. Doctors and therapists use the application with patients to aid in increased blood flow to and from extremities. The blood flow helps manage inflammation and muscle warmth and as a result increase performance and mitigates injury. In sum, compression enhances overall circulation, reducing soreness and increasing recovery. 

Your hips don’t lie. Sciatica is common back pain and hip pain athletes suffer from. It is caused by the sciatic nerve that runs along the outer thigh and can be irritated through exercise. For men, a suggested relief for this pain is wearing compression shorts. Don’t be sidelined for the next swell due to injury, because we both know watching your mates score perfect waves while you sit on the beach hurts more than any pulled muscle, torn ligament, or with a broken bone.

The results are in, compression trunks work to keep you in the water and pain-free. So ask yourself would you pay less than $50 so that you can be the taking off deepest on the next swell while your friend is taking pictures on the beach with a pulled hamstring? Watermen’s Compression shorts for men are what you need to Earn Your Salt during your next workout.


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