Rugby Calf Injury Support Sleeves
Calf injuries are prevalent in rugby. Because of the powerful forces involved in rugby, calf injuries often result from rapid forward momentum or scrumming. Other major causes of a calf injury in rugby may include overtraining, running on the hard surfaces, stiff or weakened calf muscles, lack of exercise, and dietary factors. You probably have a calf injury if you feel pain, lumps and bumps over the bone, inflammation, and muscle spasms. Common calf injuries in rugby may include strain, sprain, shin splints, and calf tears.
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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.
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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.