Cricket Leg Injury Support
Cricket can be dangerous. Throwing a ball, swinging a bat, and running can cause a number of injuries. They can happen anywhere in the upper and lower extremity. Common leg injuries in cricket may include hamstring strain, calf strains, Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS), iliotibial band syndrome, and piriformis syndrome. A hamstring strain usually occurs due to muscle overloading and muscle stretching. Calf strain may result from quick pivots, jumps, and abrupt stops.
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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.