A few months ago, I blogged about CEP Clone compression gear. Compression garments are what most runners and duathletes think of when they hear term “compression.” Technically, it’s “passive compression” because it’s just a garment that isn’t doing anything “active” to remove lymph and improve circulation. There’s another much faster form of compression called “active compression” made famous by companies like Normatec, which makes compression gear that cost about as much as a pair of high-end Zipp race wheels. Being a cheapskate, I found a cheaper alternative.
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