Will I get too hot wearing compression clothing in summer?

15th Feb 2014

There is a bit of a myth going around that compression wear is a product only to keep you warm whilst exercising in the colder months.

First and foremost, the purpose of compression wear’s is to assist blood flow to boost your performance and speed up recovery, but there is also the added benefit in winter to keep you warm. But does this mean in summer it will make you too hot?

According to scientific research and feedback from our customers, this is not always the case. Perspiration on the compression clothing acts like evaporative air cooling which can actually make the body feel cooler with the passing air flow.

According to run blogger spryfeet, wearing compression clothing is an added benefit to his fitness regime even in the hot Texan summers. You can read his interview here.

So give it a go for yourself – buying o2fit compression wear is easy, affordable and you might just find it makes your summer workouts that bit better! Get your men’s or women’s compression wear today by visiting our website at www.o2fit.com.au.