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Crossfit is a very intense way of working out, with great workout progress as a result. Though, during your workout, you could definitely use some support for your legs. This is where STOX Crossfit Socks come in.
STOX Crossfit optimize the blood flow in your legs and provide maximum oxygen-capacity to the muscles.
This means more energized legs during your workout and less muscle pain afterwards
STOX Crossfit Socks are made in collaboration with vascular surgeons, to ensure the optimal graduated compression.
Basically, this means that the socks help the body circulate the blood and push the blood up from the legs to the heart.
The result is that toxins are removed quicker from the legs and the legs are provided with 'new', oxygen-rich blood more easily.
As toxins cause muscle acidification and tiredness, your legs will acidify less during your crossfit session. This means more energized legs during the workout, less muscle pain and soreness the next day.
We understand that you like to see scientific proof, before you can believe our claims. So do we!
"Repeated bouts of maximal intensity exercises as found in Extreme Condition programs may lead to a decrease in power that may affect an individual’s ability to complete a workout. Lower body compression garments (LBCG) have the potential to delay these power decrements. The increased number of jumps performed while wearing Lower Body Compression Garments may be attributed to a greater conservation of energy during the landing phase of the repeated jump performance test. This energy conservation may potentially help ameliorate fatigue during the latter stages of high intensity bouts of exercise." (Tobin, 2016)
"Compression garments are effective in enhancing recovery from muscle damage." (Hill, J., Howatson, G., Van Someren, K., Leeder, J., & Pedlar, C. , 2014)
"Wearing graduated compression stockings during a 10-km road run appears to reduce delayed-onset muscle soreness after exercise in recreationally active men." (Ali, A., Caine, M. P., & Snow, B. G, 2007)
"These results suggest that the application of compression clothing may aid in the recovery of exercise induced muscle damage" (Marqués-Jiménez, D., Calleja-González, J., Arratibel, I., Delextrat, A., & Terrados, N, 2016)
"The largest benefits resulting from compression garments were for strength recovery from 2 to 8 h and >24 h. Considering exercise modality, compression most effectively enhanced recovery from resistance exercise, particularly at time points >24 h. The use of compression garments would also be recommended to enhance next-day cycling performance" (Brown, F., Gissane, C., Howatson, G., Van Someren, K., Pedlar, C., & Hill, J, 2017)