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  1. Phil
    June 24, 2017 @ 4:00 pm

    Hi there,
    Thanks for posting this important information. I must be honest and say that this is my first time hearing about these compression socks for athletes.
    I do a little running myself, just once a week and I would be bery keen on these.
    I have sufferd from shin splints from time to time, so maybe I have stimbled upon a way to reduce the effects of this issue.
    Thanks again for the great informational review.
    Best wishes,
    Cheers Phil Browne.

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    • Sports Send
      June 25, 2017 @ 12:14 am

      Thank you, Phil Browne, for nice words.

      Yes, like other parts of running equipment’s, running socks have an important part of getting as much as possible out of your running. 

      It would be worth trying, because of your shin splints, to see if this item could have possible effect for you. https://sportssend.com/thirty4

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  2. Leo
    June 25, 2017 @ 3:03 am

    I have never considered much about what to wear for my jogs and workout. Usually I just take my track shoes and off I go, however I realized that this is really bad for your legs and body. I did not realized that compression socks provided so much benefit such as reduce muscle damage. I guess I am going to get 1 for my future workouts. Thanks!

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    • Sports Send
      June 26, 2017 @ 3:09 pm

      Thank you, Leo.

      Yes, socks are important for improving blood flow in the legs which helps the muscles so much to be in great shape. More and more sports players have special socks because of that and that it’s a good signal for us others to see which development is. We need to think a lot of the muscles because it made everything easier.

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  3. Austin
    June 26, 2017 @ 1:42 pm

    Loved this article. I did not know much about compression socks until now. I do a lot of hiking so this might be something I will have to look into for my trips. I also loved that you explored the options for people that are not runners, but rather travelers and people with injuries. Great article!

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    • Sports Send
      June 26, 2017 @ 3:37 pm

      Thank you, Austin.

      Leg compression is highly beneficial to your hiking as well as running. Keep it as best as possible for your blood circulation are crucial for your training, and not at least if you are injured. So the conclusion is always the same, you need to think about all parts to get maximal out of your training/hiking.

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