If you’re a coach and already know about the Recovery Project’s “Precision Pulse” technology for their compression boots and aren’t interested in discovering why we threw out our old ones when we heard about it, you can skip this one. Otherwise, feel free to read on.
Compression boots are all the rage at the moment.
Athletes are watching other athletes use them, and some major FOMO is going around.
And because we’re seeing them all over social media, many athletes want to get their own pair.
And mostly, that’s for good reason.
They’re one of the easiest ways to get in passive recovery – backed by tonnes of research, they’re like a portable sports massage on the go that won’t break the bank or give you an inconsistent experience.
They are also way cheaper than they used to be. When we bought ours for the gym, they cost over $2000. Now, one great brand, in particular, won’t even cost you half that much (which is great news for you).
But there is one thing every athlete needs to be wary of when it comes to compression boots.
And we feel like it’s something we need to tell you about because there is a massive difference between “good” compression boots that do the job and “great” compression boots that will take your recovery to the next level.
Want to know what makes the difference?
You might be wondering what we mean. What does an injury have to do with the quality of a compression boot?
Here’s why it matters:
If you get injured, one of the common responses is swelling and inflammation. For many injuries – the worse the injury, the more swelling you get.
This makes the joint painful to touch…
Especially if you squeeze it… hard!
This is exactly what most compression boots (even the expensive ones with famous names) get entirely wrong.
Almost every boot you can buy online today doesn’t allow you to switch off individual chambers around an injured joint while keeping the pressure high everywhere else.
It’s either all high pressure (resulting in excruciating pain) or all low pressure (so what’s the point??).
It’s a lose-lose.
It has been in the ‘too-hard’ basket for most compression boot brands…
But it’s meant that compression boots are just about useless if you’re injured.
That’s until now.
We’ve just got our hands on the new and improved Recovery Project Compression Boots with Precision Pulse (™) technology.
This new design allows you to turn off an individual chamber (around an injured joint or cork) without reducing the pressure anywhere else.
Unlike the all-or-nothing approach from your typical compression boots, the Recovery Project’s new and upgraded version are so precise that it allows you to recover – even if you’re sore or injured…
Which, for serious athletes, is a game-changer.
When we heard about the new technology, we donated all our old boots and immediately replaced them with them. They’re just too good not to have.
We’ve been so impressed with them that we told Pete (the guy who designed the boots and owner of the Recovery Project) that we’d even tell you about it, too (because it’s too good to be kept secret).
And, because you’re reading this, Pete is even offering to throw in a free ice bath to all who order through this link.
Plus, they’re WAYYY cheaper than the other brands that charge you an arm and a leg for a product that’s not even close to being as good, making it way easier to get your hands on your very own pair.
Click on this link to grab your pair of compression boots from the Recovery Project with Precision Pulse Technology (™) and snag your free ice bath while stocks last.
– Karl Goodman