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Researchers at the University of Texas In San Antonio Medical Center indicate that the power compression shorts may help reduce injuries by relaxing muscles. Testimony from users claim they need less of a warm-up before serious exercise. The kicker for the Green Bay Packers told us he would put our compression shorts on, about a half hour before he kicked and could kick at full power without warm-up. After 10 years we have only had one person call us to say they re-injured themselves while wearing our compression shorts. We have had numerous customers reorder and tell us they re-injured themselves after they stopped wearing our compression shorts.
Posted by Gene in Reply to: Re: lower back pain trigger points posted to Kung Fu Tai Chi board by Lee W:
"I had low back pain or a form of sciatica. I had tied everything and finally got a pair of compression shorts from Goode Wraps. They were expensive but proved to be worth every penny. I not only got rid of my sciatic pain but now I have a lot fewer mat burns. The shorts have a slick surface that prevents the burn.
Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy is not a cure for all
pain. However, the authors of Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction, The Trigger Point Manual
for Fibromyalgia, Janet Travell and David Simons, MD's, report that
"voluntary skeletal muscle is the largest single organ of the human body and
accounts for 40% or more of body mass." They go on to say that there are "347
paired and 2 unpaired muscles for a total of 696 muscles in the human body." Further, they state that
"any one of these muscles can develop myofascial trigger points that refer pain and
other distressing symptoms usually to a remote location." In spite of this, "the
muscles receive little attention in modern medical school teaching and medical
Goode Wraps relax muscles,
which reduces stress on your tendons.
What are Pain Management Wraps
They are two way stretch high quality sports wraps. Each of these is impregnated with a unique blend of natural rare earth semiconductors (no magnets) that reduce trigger points pain, stiffness or prevent swelling. Sports Wraps are available for the foot, ankle, knee, hip, back, elbows, and wrists. In fact, the semiconductors can be added to almost any high quality cloth like material, including 44% Lycra compression fabrics .
This product was invented or discovered in Japan some 30 years ago by a pair of inquisitive farmers, who wondered why a certain spa had a reputation of helping with healing. After isolating the compounds, basically the rare earth semiconductors, they proceeded to produce a product that would imitate the effects of their spring water. It worked and they went on to develop the products.
Basically the semiconductors relax
muscles to reduce stress on the tendons. When they become relaxed, they
stop hurting and the body then recovers itself faster. Relaxing the muscles
also has the
advantage of reducing injury .
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Muscle Relaxation Study with tests on mice muscles under controlled stretching. Professional football kicker claims full power on first kick if he wore compression shorts one hour before workout. Also, no delayed onset pain when starting workouts for the season.
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Delayed Onset Muscle Syndrome (sore muscles after exercising) conducted on volunteers who do not exercise. This study resulted from interviews with a professional football kicker
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I just received my second pair of compression shorts. I had a problem with my upper leg for months. I finally went to my doctor who diagnosed it as a groin pull and suggested physical therapy. Rather than go through that, I ordered your shorts. After wearing your product for a short period of time, I was able to run again without pain. I call them magic shorts. I dont know if its a placebo effect or if the thing actually works. Whats more, I dont care. My leg is almost 100% now. Unbelievable.
Have you ever felt a sudden stab of pain in your back that leaves you immobilized? Welcome to the club. About 31 million Americans hurt their backs each year. In fact, the annual health care cost for back pain is estimated to be as high as $24 billion, with additional billions in lost workdays. Learn how to keep such problems from coming back.
Studies have shown that once you suffer a back injury, youre four times more likely to sustain another. Fortunately, back injuries are not usually serious, about 70 to 90 percent of them are caused by muscle or ligament strain, often stemming from weakness in the lower back. Although many people are afraid to workout after theyve "wrenched" their backs, regular exercise is the best defense against re-injury.
A comprehensive program for your back should include three elements: stretching, aerobics and strength training. Stretching warms up your muscles and increases flexibility. Aerobic activity can improve your overall fitness and help you shed excess weight, which puts less stress on your back. Strengthening your arms, legs and abdominal muscles will help take pressure off your back when you lift or carry heavy objects. Goode Wraps University studies show we can relax muscles to reduce stress on your tendons. Reduction of stress results in reduction of injuries, pain, swelling and stiffness.
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