NormaTec Recovery Sleeves
Recovery is your edge to achieve more. Maximize your training and find your new PR with NormaTec’s patented technology. NormaTec Recoery Sleeves work as both a high-tech warm up, and a dynamic way to recover faster post-workout.
What are NormaTec Recovery Sleeves?
The NormaTec Recovery Sleeves combat soreness and get you back on top of your game, recovered and ready to go again. Optimize your training with the recovery system built to the standards of the world's best athletes.
NormaTec's focus is athletic recovery, but its roots lie in the science of blood flow: Your circulatory system delivers oxygen, nutrients and hormones to every cell in your body. Simultaneously, this complex circuit removes metabolic wastes such as carbon dioxide and lactic acid, effectively flushing your system of toxins.
By increasing blood flow to specific parts of the body -- encouraging your body to deliver more oxygen and nutrients to those areas -- you can speed up recovery, relieve pain and improve athletic performance.
NormaTec Recovery Sleeves utilize three different massage patterns to mimic the body's natural recovery process.
Backed By Science
NormaTec started as a medical company—science is in their DNA. They are always working with researchers to study and develop the effectiveness of their patented technology. It is a clinically proven method to increase circulation, reduce soreness, and help athletes perform at their best every day.
Perstaltic pulse dynamic compression rapidly enhances acute range-of-motion with less discomfort and time. Read More
Perstaltic pulse dynamic compression is a promising means of accelerating and enhancing recovery by reducing muscle tenderness from pressure stimuli. Read More
A 30-minute treatment of Pulse compression increases blood flow in the lower extremeity, possibly making Pulse compression a viable option in the management of exercise-induced muscle damage (DOMS). Read More
A 60 min bout of whole-leg, peristaltic pulse compression transiently upregulates PGC-1a mRNA, while also upregulating eNOS protein and Nox concentrations in biopsy samples. Read More
Intermittent pneumatic compression significantly lowers blood lactate concentrations when compared to a passive recovery group. Read More
External pneumatic compression increases flexibility and reduces select skeletal muscle oxidative stress and proteolysis markers during recovery from heavy resistance exercise. Read More
Perstaltic pulse compression appears to upregulate rpso and downregulate Stat1, which may facilitate positive adaptive responses to exercise. Read More
A single bout of perstaltic pulse compressin improves conduit artery endothelial functon systematically and improves RH blood flow in compressed limbs. Read More