Compression clothing does not improve workouts, data show

05/4/2012 | Huffington Post, The

Tight-fighting compression clothing is used in health care to improve circulation, suppress swelling and aid wound healing, but study data do not support industry claims that it can help people boost muscle power or stamina, or improve coordination during a workout. However, some data do indicate that the clothing, made of Spandex and nylon, may help speed muscle recovery after a workout.

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