Compression Gear + Infrared Training = Better Results

Posted October 28, 2019

Most of us are familiar with clothing that is designed to compress the body in some way.  How did this type of gear become such a necessary part of working out?

Tights for dancers have been around for a long time.  Tights were invented by a French costume designer in the early 1800’s to upgrade the look and improve the presentations of ballet.  Perhaps ballet attire can be attributed with the earliest known use of compression gear designed to enhance physical performance.

In modern times athletic compression gear is worn to assist an athlete while competing and by fitness people to improve the workout experience and results.  Compression gear works by helping to move fluids around and through the body which increases blood flow, reduces swelling and prevents injury.

Working out in an infrared environment with compression gear can provide for a better detoxification experience.  Penetration of infrared energy into the body stimulates cellular detox through vibration.  Toxic waste that has been released from IR penetration is accelerated by compression and is then released and excreted through sweat and through the other circulatory system pathways.

There are many different compression gear products designed for an array of use.  They range from socks to knee and elbow sleeves, and from lower body tights to shirts and headbands.  The reason for such high level of availability of these products is simple.  They work.  For fitness professionals and for athletes alike, compression gear has become essential to the point of ubiquity.

One super effective product that promotes fluid circulation and sweating for detox is the HOTWORX Core Compressor.  The Core Compressor is a neoprene waist belt that is used for infrared training.  The compression from this product squeezes organs beyond the normal twists and isometric flexions as an aid to flush out toxic waste while it generates more sweating and forces increased blood flow.

Compression gear and infrared training pair up to provide you with more detox and faster workout recovery

Be sure to gear up with compression wear for your next infrared training session!

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Stephen P. Smith, MA

CEO and Creator of the HOTWORX
Former National Collegiate Bodybuilding Champion and Arena Football Player
Certified Professional Trainer