COMPRESSION SPORTSWEAR
TRAIN HARDER. RECOVER FASTER
COMPRESSION SPORTSWEAR
TRAIN HARDER. RECOVER FASTER
COMPRESSION SPORTSWEAR
TRAIN HARDER. RECOVER FASTER
COMPRESSION SPORTSWEAR
TRAIN HARDER. RECOVER FASTER

Blog posts

January 31, 2023
Should you train with a pulled calf?

When you suffer a calf injury, it’s very important to rest and not load the calf too much. Calf strains tend to present as an ache and muscle tightening whilst...

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How to treat a calf strain

Common symptoms of a calf strain Calf tightening or sharp pain within the calf when you’re walking is a sign that you’ve torn some muscle fibres. Even the motion of...

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The science behind: iGD Compression Leggings

By Andy Wray, Founder at iGD Sport Compression has seen a rise in use within sport over the last decade and is now a mainstay within an athletes’ recovery program. ...

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The best exercises to treat calf strain

What muscles are in your calf? The two major muscles of the calf are gastrocnemius and soleus. Gastrocnemius starts above the knee and attaches to the calcaneus bone through the...

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How to treat a groin strain

Common symptoms of a groin strain Adductor muscle pain is the obvious sign that a groin injury is present. Sudden movements cause pain on the inside of the thigh however...

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Should you train with a pulled muscle?

The first question you need to ask yourself; Is it a muscle strain or muscle tear? Groin strains tend to present as an ache and a groin tear tends to...

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The best exercises to treat a groin strain

What muscles are in your groin? There are 5 key muscles associated with the groin complex and essentially can be involved with an adductor strain; Adductor Brevis, Adductor Longus, Adductor...

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The benefits of compression within sports performance

For athletes looking to attain a high or improved level of sporting performance, a training program repeating the actions the athlete will take for their given sport (kicking for football,...

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The iGD Sports Massage: An effective massage technique for you to use at home

The iGD Sports Massage targets all of the four major muscles of the back; Quadratus Lumborum, Erector Spinae, Latissimus Dorsi and Trapezius. These are big expanses of muscle and will...

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