BRACES & COMPRESSION FOR RUNNING
BEST BRACES & COMPRESSION FOR Running
According to research, 35-45 percent of runners will suffer from an injury each year, but there are ways to mitigate your risk. Protecting yourself from injuries like “runner’s knee”, muscle tears and ankle sprain should be an important factor in any runner’s training plan. In addition to a good stretch and warm-up routine, wearing a quality, graduated compression brace can give your body the oxygenating circulation and support to avoid common twists, pulls and tears. Protecting yourself from injuries like “runner’s knee”, muscle tears and ankle sprain should be an important factor in any runner’s training plan. In addition to a good stretch and warm-up routine, wearing a quality, graduated compression brace can give your body the oxygenating circulation and support to avoid common twists, pulls and tears.
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The good news is that our Bauerfeind Sports Compression Sleeves for arm, upper leg, and lower leg provide you with a UPF of 80 – even in wet or stretched condition. The effectiveness of this sun protection clothing has been tested by the International Test Association for Applied Protection against UV Radiation meeting the requirements of UV Standard 801.
Your Knees While Running
Knee injuries are prevalent; in fact they are the most common injury reported by runners. Bauerfeind’s Sports Knee Support provides stability and protection against excessive strain and injury commonly known as “runner’s knee”. This knee brace was designed with the needs of the athlete in mind: It is lightweight, breathable and stays in place during your run. When you’re done simply throw it in the washing machine on cold temperature and lay flat to dry.
Recover from a Knee Injury
If you are unfortunate enough to experience a knee injury, RICE Therapy is generally regarded as the most effective first-line treatment. Bauerfeind’s Supports & Compression lines provide the “C” (compression) in this treatment. graduated compression increases oxygenating blood flow to the injured joint, reducing pain, swelling and recovery times. Professional athletes and athletic trainers trust in Bauerfeind to treat knee injuries.
Protect Your Ankles While Running
Bauerfeind’s Sports Ankle Support and Bauerfeind’s Sports Ankle Support Dynamic both provide stability and graduated compression to help protect your ankles from strain and injury. These supports are breathable, machine-washable and fit comfortably inside running shoes.
Recover from an Ankle Injury
Ankle sprain and achilles tendonitis are two of the most common running injuries, but they don’t have to take you off your feet for good. Healthcare professionals often suggest wearing a graduated compression brace or support as part of RICE Therapy for injury recovery. Bauerfeind’s ankle supports offer several options for targeting and treating specific ankle injuries. These ankle braces are machine washable, moisture-wicking and made to fit comfortably into athletic shoes - making them perfect for dedicated runners. Professional athletes and athletic trainers trust in Bauerfeind to treat ankle injuries.
What are the most common injuries for runners?
Some of the most common running injuries are Patellofemoral pain syndrome (runner's knee), shin splints, Achilles tendinitis, Iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS), plantar fasciitis, ankle sprain and patellar tendonitis (jumper’s knee).
Do I need a knee brace for running?
If you’ve ever suffered a knee injury, our physical therapist recommends wearing a knee brace or support while running. graduated compression found in Bauerfeind’s support & compression lines provide stability and oxygenating blood flow to the knee joint to reduce pain, inflammation and recovery times. If you’ve never had a knee injury, you may still want to consider an athletic brace like the Bauerfeind Sports Knee Support to help protect your knee against excessive strain while running.
How do you prevent runner’s knee?
“Runner’s knee” is the common name for Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS), and it is caused by a combination of muscular and biomechanical problems. While there is no silver-bullet to preventing runner’s knee, a good warm-up regimen, limiting distance increases to 10% per week and wearing a graduated compression support can help reduce your risk. At the first sign of pain, you should reduce your distance and increase your rest to give your body time to heal.
INNOVATION + PERFORMANCE
THE TECHNOLOGY BEHIND OUR GERMAN ENGINEERING
THE TECHNOLOGY BEHIND OUR GERMAN ENGINEERING
Bauerfeind’s innovative, industry-leading designs are now optimized for athletes. The highly elastic knitted fabric provides graduated compression which reduces muscle vibrations, thus preventing premature fatigue. It promotes blood circulation and allows muscles to receive an increased supply of oxygen to help them perform more effectively and regenerate more quickly.
All of our products that feature GRADUATED COMPRESSION TECHNOLOGY are made from a highly elastic knitted fabric that exerts a carefully regulated level of pressure. This compressive action boosts your circulation with lasting effect, transporting that all-important oxygen around your body. As a result, you can train more regularly, recover more quickly, get tired less easily, experience fewer muscle vibrations, and draw on greater energy reserves.
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At the Bauerfeind Innovation Center, we continually develop our products, drawing on all the experience we have gained in the world of elite sport. For this reason, you can be 100% confident that all Bauerfeind products always reflect the latest findings in sports science.
“We’ve been a fans of Bauerfeind products for many years now. We have to be able to rely on our bodies – and Bauerfeind helps us to do that. Its products are world-class.”
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