GET 15% OFF YOUR FIRST ORDER - USE CODE "SHECOLLECTIVE15" | FREE SHIPPING ON HONG KONG ORDERS OVER HK$700

Why Compression?

Posted on April 05 2017

It’s important to have the right gear to support every workout, and compression leggings and shorts are our favourite go-to for enhanced muscle performance.

Why is compression important for your workout?

Stryda She Collective HK Compression Leggings Capris Pixel Glow
STRYDA Compression Capri in Pixel Glow
STRYDA Compression Capri in Crystal Rose


1. Supercharge your performance
Compression gear promotes more blood and oxygen to flow to your muscles due to its ability to apply pressure on your blood vessels. This means your muscles are able to produce more energy throughout your workout, and helps to prevent muscle cramps.

 

Stryda She Collective HK Compression Shorts Shimmer Leaf

STRYDA 2 in 1 Compression Shorts in Shimmer Leaf


2. Muscular damage prevention
During exercise, your muscles are constantly working hard to absorb the shock of pounding and shaking, which contributes to soreness afterwards. Research shows that compression fabrics helps to keep muscles in form to prevent muscular damage and decrease the risk of injury.

 

Rese She Collective HK Lily Compression Leggings

RESE Lily Compression Leggings

 

3. Muscle recovery
Compression material is also ideal for speedy muscle recovery — said to increase the removal of metabolic waste and encourage renewal of tissues. Besides workouts, compression garments are also great for wearing on long haul flights to eliminate the build-up of lactic acid and keep the blood pumping.

 


Rosann Ling
Co-Founder & Creative Director

Rosann is Co-founder & Creative Director at She Collective HK. After working in London in the Interior Design and Brand Strategy field, Rosann has recently moved back to Hong Kong to co-found She Collective HK to provide the best activewear from around the world to ladies of Asia.

If she’s not busy putting together creative content at the She Collective HK HQ, you’d most likely find her at a Barre studio or gallery-hopping through Hong Kong’s diverse and ever-changing Art and Design scene!

0 comments

Leave a comment

All blog comments are checked prior to publishing

Recent Posts

Join our mailing list