Calf injury Cycling Supports
Calf muscles work hard during cycling, and injuries to this part of your body can be painful. Soft tissue injuries, including strained or pulled calf muscles, are common cycling injuries. Cycling can cause muscles to completely or partially rapture, resulting in severe, sharp, burning, or sudden calf pain. Sometimes, a muscular tear may also be possible. Overuse and too much training too quickly can cause cycling calf injuries. It is important to stop cycling and avoid putting extra load on your legs if you incur injuries. Consult your GP to diagnose the symptoms to prevent chronic injuries.
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360 Relief neoprene wrap for your calves are designed to promote better blood circulation. Its Moisture-wicking design helps to keep your skin dry, minimizing blisters and avoiding odours.
Comfort and Performance
360 Relief Compression Calf Sleeves are designed to promote better blood circulation leading to increased oxygen flow to the leg muscles and helps prevent cramps and to lessen fatigue.