How IMBRACE supports your Workout
Regular exercise is good for your mind and body. It boosts your energy, helps you manage your weight, improves mood, and overall wellbeing.
You have lots of options when you use a gym; Fitness classes, cardio and strength training and help and advice from trainers and other users.
If you exercise regularly, pay attention to any signs of discomfort and symptoms of overtraining, including excess fatigue, a decrease in your performance, problems with sleep and recurring injuries.
How can IMBRACE help?
- The built-in neoprene knee braces help protect your knees by supporting them and keeping them warm.
- The panels that that run up the thighs support your IT Bands and help to reduce tightness in your hips, giving improved hip movement.
- The panel across the lower back – keeps muscles warm, and helps with your alignment and posture.
- Support when you do squats, lunges and heavy weights*
- Reduces fatigue and stiffness during and after your workout
- Helps recovery following your session.
*Wear IMBRACE as an undergarment and your heavier braces over them.SHOP KNEE BRACE LEGGINGS
How does IMBRACE protect you?
IMBRACE Dynamic targeted compression leggings offer higher levels of support and protection than standard compression leggings or tights to combat sore and unstable knees.
No other legging provides higher levels of user protection via integrated neoprene knee braces.
Advanced fabric technology combines three layers to create the best compression and support leggings available.
The antibacterial base layer is sweat wicking and soft next to your skin.
The middle layer is a 2mm perforated high-grade neoprene that provides the targeted pressure and joint protection. The outer layer is a compression mesh that allows the protective panels to stretch and breath without losing shape or compression.
Support and Protect your joints with IMBRACE!
Compression leggings and support tights are backed by extensive research and testing. They are often prescribed by GPs and are recognised by athletes and physicians to reduce pain, improve performance, and aid recovery.