This post was last updated on January 14th, 2021 at 06:17 pm
The LP EmbioZ Arm Compression Sleeve features a Power System for your elbow and upper arm muscles that increases the stability and proprioception of the elbow-wrist continuous movement and gives you improved upper extremity movement acuracy.
The Power System also improves flexion and extension of your upper extremity for more effective energy accumulation. It therefore enhances sports performance of actions such as throwing, hitting, shooting, bowling and smashing motions.
Appropriate compression for upper extremity muscles helps increase blood flow circulation. This not only improves endurance but also prevents upper extremity muscle strains.You can read more about the benefits of compression here.
In addition to the above actions, the Power System reduces muscle tremors and improves the efficiency of muscle usage. This improved energy efficiency helps to maintain a higher energy level for a longer period during extended bouts of training or competition.
It also incorporates Power Band and Square Buffer surface designs that increase your sensory input and therefore raise your proprioception. Increased proprioeption improves your ability to avoid unnatural movement of your arm that increases the risk of injury.It also helps your muscle fibers respond appropriately to intense activity by increasing muscle activity and strengthening contractions.
Finally, the Power System also stimulates major muscle groups to increase function and stabilize surrounding bones. This will improve posture, and therefore reduce the risk of injury, during intense physical activity.
For Which Sports Would the LP EmbioZ Arm Compression Sleeve Be Suitable?
The arm compression sleeve will give a performance lift in any sport that involves shooting, throwing, hitting, bowling and smashing. These sports would include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following:
- Rifle Shooting
- Track & Field (Javelin or Discus throwing, for example)
LP EmbioZ Arm Compression Sleeve – Indications
- Elbow strain
- Muscle strain
- Delayed onset muscle soreness