Science is still out on the value of compression garments

12/5/2012 | Washington Post, The

Wearing compression clothing during a workout is popular, but the science is inconclusive about whether it improves performance or enhances recovery after exercise. Exercise physiologist Pete McCall says compression garments for recovery won't hurt a person, but if money is an issue, a cold bath and ice is more cost-effective.

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