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‘Calf sleeves’, ‘calf guards’, or simply ‘calf compression’ - whatever you call them, you know what we’re talking about. Lower limb compression is a core part of cricketing apparel today - but what exactly does it do, and when should it be worn?
When it comes to exertion and intensity in sport, it’s fair to say that most of us are aware of the intense physical toll that professional sport can take! The mental tolls, however, aren't always as clear. The Rugby Players' Association Lift The Weight campaign, however, aims to change that. 
When it comes to tennis, the professionals know it’s all about maximising power. From smashing serves to brilliant backhands, professional tennis players need to boost their performance any way they can. When it comes to maximising venous return, the fastest way to do this is by wearing compression garments. Learn more here: 

As we enter Week 2 of the Six Nations, all eyes are on the professionals as they prepare for - and play in - the world’s biggest rugby event. With stakes this high, the pressure is always intense - both on and off the pitch. So how do the sport’s biggest stars recover from the intense toll on the body, in one of the world’s most-watched sporting events? 

Compression isn’t a new addition to the professional athletic clothing market. Professional athletes have relied on compression wear to act as a boost to their performance for several years - and here at CRX, our experts have been using it for decades.
Power. Performance. Recovery. Here at CRX, these are the parts of your play that you value the most- which is why we value them too. In order to make the most of these crucial elements, compression is key. It’s important to understand when you should wear compression clothing.