The Thigh Helix compression sleeve supports injured hamstrings and quadriceps, helps to reduce fatigue by limiting muscle oscillation, and aids in injury prevention.
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The Thigh Helix provides comfortable and uniform compression of your upper leg and is a must-have for any competitive athlete.
This Helix is ideal for management of injuries to your hamstring, quadriceps, or groin, enabling you to play through minor pulls/strains/tears/spasms and whatever else you may call the pain you want to manage while you Move Through It.
It is also an excellent choice for prevention of injuries and re-injuries, warming your muscles to increase blood flow and limiting muscle oscillation to delay the onset of muscle fatigue, ensuring you can play at your best and leave it all out there.
When it’s all over, the Thigh Helix is the perfect choice for post-exercise recovery, keeping your muscles warm while your body works to flush out waste products from muscle exertion, ensuring that you will have the best shot at performing at your highest level the following day.
The Thigh Helix is 6.5” long, 2” shorter than the Full Thigh Helix, and is the preferred Helix for athletes 5’9” or less. It is also sometimes the Helix of choice during the summer months in hotter climes.
The Full Thigh Helix is preferred by taller athletes or for those who wish to have a larger portion of their hamstrings and quads protected.
The Adjustable Groin Helix specifically supports the groin muscles, the tendons of the hip flexors, the external rotators of the hips, and the gluteus maximus.
Please measure your thigh at its largest circumference.
Which size should I order if I am in between sizes?
In general, leaner athletes prefer the smaller size. All others prefer the larger size.